Caring for YOU with Dignity and Respect
Syntero provides adult community-based treatment and counseling services. We are here to help.
To share information about the Syntero Programs for Adults, download our flyer here.
Outpatient Mental Health and Substance Use Disorder (SUD) Counseling
Syntero provides evidenced based therapeutic treatment and counseling services to adults. A specialized staff of master’s level clinicians is trained in a variety of treatment modalities that help individuals, couples, and families deal with substance use disorder , trauma, grief and loss, anger management and other difficult behavioral health issues. The goal of our services is to empower individuals to manage effectively, improve their quality of life, and promote happier, healthier lives.
Call our Intake Department at 614.889.5722 ext 133 to learn more about our Outpatient Mental Health and SUD Counseling program.
Syntero offers case management services for adults that are community based and adapted to the individual needs of the client. These services are for Franklin, Delaware and Morrow County residents who are Medicaid eligible or uninsured. Case management services for adults can include: mental health and addiction education/support, parenting/childcare issues, anger management, budgeting and finances, housing, life skills, education, employment and social supports. The goal of Syntero’s case management services is to help individuals reduce the barriers that prevent them from reaching self-sufficiency.
Call our Intake Department at 614.889.5722 ext 133 to learn more about our Case Management services.
Intensive Outpatient for Substance Use Disorder (SUD)
Syntero offers an intensive outpatient program for adults that are struggling with addiction and behavioral issues. This program is designed to help those adults in early recovery who have experienced ineffective past treatments. The program is evidenced based and proven effective in maintaining long-term sobriety through a matrix model. Syntero’s IOP is facilitated by licensed counselors specializing in addiction treatment. Most private insurance, Medicaid, EAPs, and private pay are accepted.
Call our Intake Department at 614.889.5722 ext 133 to learn more about our Intensive Outpatient for SUD program.
Backing Our Frontline Program
The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted frontline workers in unprecedented ways. Research has shown that a considerable portion of frontline workers are experiencing increased symptoms of depression, anxiety, insomnia and distress. Syntero’s new “Backing Our Frontline” program provides four-six confidential, virtual counseling sessions free of charge for ALL frontline workers working or living in Dublin, Delaware County or Morrow County. Frontline workers include police officers, fire fighters, EMS, dispatch personnel, as well as hospital staff and volunteers in Dublin and Delaware-Morrow Counties, and teachers and support staff in Delaware-Morrow Counties. Thank you to the Dublin Community Foundation and the Delaware-Morrow Mental Health & Recovery Services Board for helping to strengthen our communities. See the following flyers for details:
- Backing Our Frontline for Healthcare Workers and Volunteers (Dublin)
- Backing Our Frontline for First Responders (Dublin)
- Backing Our Frontline for Healthcare Workers and Volunteers (Delaware-Morrow Counties)
- Backing Our Frontline for First Responders (Delaware-Morrow Counties)
- Backing Our Frontline for School Staff and Volunteers (Delaware-Morrow Counties)
Goodwill Partnership – Competitive Employment
Syntero works in tandem with Goodwill Columbus employment specialists to address the mental health needs of their community-based competitive employment services. Syntero provides group services, participant education and training, and specialized case management targeting behavioral health needs. Referrals must come from Goodwill Columbus.
Mental Health Counseling at Columbus State Community College
The Columbus State Delaware Campus has partnered with Syntero through a grant from the Delaware-Morrow Mental Health & Recovery Board to provide free counseling services to any active Columbus State Delaware student. We know that college can be a stressful time and want to equip students with the tools and skills necessary to thrive and succeed. We are happy to be able to provide individual counseling, group counseling, and presentations when needed. For more information or to make an appointment, please call Clinician Shelbey Mitchell, LISW, MSW, at 614-715-4702 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Referring agencies may complete this referral form.
View the “Why You Should Start Counseling” infographic, created by Shelbey, to learn why and how you can start your journey today!