For 40 years Syntero has been providing compassionate counseling and care for children and adults throughout our community. Because of the generous support from people like you, we've been able to develop new programs and services to offer hope to those struggling with mental health and substance abuse disorders.
As the needs of our community have changed, our community partnerships have evolved. Working with hospitals, first responders, schools and many community-based organizations we are focused on building ways to help people improve their lives. The impact of these partnerships is remarkable, and we are happy to share some of the ways Syntero is making a difference in your community.
Our work is challenging but so rewarding. Please read a few of the stories our staff have shared and you'll see that our services and support bring hope, improve lives and strengthen families.
Giving quality care to a loved one suffering from mental or physical disabilities can be overwhelming. Syntero's caseworkers help people like Mary discover resources that improve the lives of everyone involved.
READ MARY'S STORY HERE
Syntero and area school districts are working together to screen teens for depression and signs of suicide. One mother shared how Sarah, her daughter, became stronger through our program
READ SARAH'S STORY HERE
LGBTQ+ individuals are almost three times more likely than others to experience a mental health condition such as major depressive disorder or generalized anxiety disorder. Syntero offers services specifically designed to support the LGBTQ+ community.
READ SAM'S STORY HERE
Drug addiction and substance abuse are chronic conditions that affect families throughout our community. Syntero's caseworkers and counselors work with people like Courtney and Jim to guide the way to long term recovery.
READ COURTNEY & JIM'S STORY HERE
When a parent loses a child, at any age, the balance of nature is destroyed. Through Syntero's At A Loss Support Group Julie and Dan learned they could move forward through their grief.
READ JULIE & DAN'S STORY HERE
Rich or poor, old or young, every race, every gender. Suicidal thoughts can affect anyone. Syntero and partner organizations work to reach people like Joe to help prevent suicide.
READ JOE'S STORY HERE