Established in October 1922, Rose-Mary Center began serving children with physically handicapping conditions such as polio and cerebral palsy. Due to advances in medicine and changing community needs, Rose-Mary revised its mission in 1967 to serve children with mental retardation and other developmental disabilities. Again in 1989, Rose-Mary Center's mission was further expanded to include adults with mental retardation and developmental disabilities when it opened its first community group home.
Today, Rose-Mary Center operates one facility in Euclid, OH with forty school-aged children young adults, and seven community group homes that are home to fifty-one adults throughout Cuyahoga County. More information about Rose-Mary Center can be found throughout the website. Thank you for your interest in Rose-Mary Center.
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