Akron, OH (January 3, 2019) – Red Oak is pleased to announce it will hold a ribbon-cutting ceremony to unveil its updated name and brand image to the Greater-Akron community. The ceremony will take place on Thursday, January 10th, 2019, at 3:30 PM at its Vassel Center location at 611 W. Market St in Akron, Ohio.
Under the new leadership of Megan Kleidon, a fresh brand identity, which includes a new name and logo, will be unveiled. New leadership and new name do not mean there will be a change in the quality of services, however.
“Red Oak has a rich history of providing behavioral healthcare to children and families throughout the Greater-Akron area, and the services our clients have counted on over the last 45 years will remain stronger than ever,” said Megan Kleidon, President and CEO of Red Oak. “As the healthcare industry continues to evolve, we recognize that we have too, and our name and brand need to more accurately represent the services we provide,” Kleidon added. “We want to be a welcoming provider for anyone in need of behavioral health services. Our look may be different, but we will continue to deliver the same exceptional, compassionate care we have for decades.”

Red Oak Behavioral Health is an accredited non-profit organization that has served the greater Akron community since 1963. Its mission is to change lives by partnering with the community and those in need of behavioral health services.

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