A highly-rated children's rehabilitation center does not want to be the valley's best-kept secret.

The Northeastern Ohio Children's Rehabilitation Center in Howland has launched a campaign to raise awareness of the services it has been providing to families for more than 60 years. 

"We've been here a long time, but not a lot of folks know us despite our 62-year presence. So we're trying to delineate ourselves from other providers and make sure folks know that a non-profit that provides a quality service is doing this right in the center of our community," said Michael Crogan, Jr. the centers Executive Director.
Founded in 1954, the center has served thousands of children with developmental services including physical and speech and language therapy. Located on Howland-Wilson Road, the center also provides a state-licensed, full-year preschool and childcare program.

During a special reception on Wednesday, the center unveiled it's new logo and website NEOCRC.ORG.