Fairhill is diverse in nearly every way – from nonprofits to people who are just starting their companies to those who have been in business for many years. We have tenants who sell products and who sell services. Some are solo practitioners, while others manage employees.
Acacia Speech Therapy Services, LLC (E-285)
Wanda McGinnis, Executive Director; (216) 791-7334; www.acaciaspeechtherapy.com
Provider of comprehensive, individualized speech language evaluations and treatments. Serving preschoolers, school age children, adults and seniors.
Act 3 Media Production (B-301)
Ron Hill, Jaime Lombardo and James O’Hare; (216) 325-7777; www.act3creative.com
Design studio and creative agency for those looking to succeed in the complex mixed media marketplace.
Art Therapy Studio (C-157)
Shannon Scott-Miller; (216) 791-9303; www.arttherapystudio.org
Creative therapeutic arts program for older adults and physically and emotionally disabled persons.
Ballom Academy of Tailoring and Alterations
John Ballom; (216) 314-1379
Workforce development program specializing in tailoring and alteration, designed to equip individuals for employment.
Cleveland Baptist Association (C-440)
Angelica Williams; (216) 291-3040; cbacleveland.org
Organization dedicated to strengthening local churches.
Cleveland Eastside Ex-Offenders Coalition (4th floor B-wing corner suite)
Adrianne Thomas; (216) 721-4267
Faith-based nonprofit organization for reconnecting ex-offenders who have been disconnected from family, God and society.
Doan Brook Watershed Partnership (C-238)
Victoria Mills; (216) 325-7781; www.doanbrookpartnership.org
We work to protect, restore and bring awareness to Doan Brook and its watershed.
Patrice Brown; (330) 596-5134
Eco-friendly jobs and training.
Explore and Excel Multicultural Academy (Lower level B-wing)
Kim Scott; (216) 406-6369
Day care center for ages 6 weeks to 14 years.
Dr. Stephanie J. FallCreek, President & CEO; (216) 421-1350; www.fairhillpartners.org
Fairhill Partners connects people to opportunities for lifelong learning, intergenerational relationships, and successful aging. Fairhill helps older adults get access to benefits; participate in exercise programs, including Silver Sneakers; and participate in evidence-based peer-led “Take Charge of Your Health” programs. At Fairhill, caregivers and families find support, educational programs, civic and social engagement, and help finding short-term emergency housing.
The Ferneway Company (E-286)
Ferne A. Ziglar, President; (216) 991-9835
Full service public relations, consulting, media relations, fund development, and special events managment firm offering marketing communications.
Go Ye Ministries Bible Fellowship (A-020)
Rev. Alfred Hodge III, (216) 924-1210
Walking 12 steps with Jesus; faith-based program; youth Bible study; street ministries; prayer line
Inspired Artworks (4th floor Penthouse)
Jeffrey Mills; 316-3646
Private art studio by appointment
Kayla’s Visions of Drama (C-145)
Kayla Wright; (216) 491-0111
Boutique hair salon.
Kingdom Warriors Protection Services (B-212)
John Siggers, Executive Director; (216) 283-2170; www.kingdomwarriorprotectiveservices.com
Security and protective services for individuals and organizations in Cuyahoga County.
Marieva Media Group Creative Services (Auditorium)
GK Roberts; (216) 650-4703
Private and business portrait studio and video production firm, serving individuals, families and organizations.
McFadden Bushnell LLC (C-357)
D. McFadden, C. Bushnell; (216) 714-0090; www.mcfaddenbushnell.com
Attorneys specializing in Elder Law and estate planning.
National Caucus and Center on Black Aged (E-192)
Willie Wright, State Program Coordinator; (216) 721-9197
Nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the quality of life for African-American and low-income elderly through employment and training.
New Voices Cleveland (A-274 – 279)
Jasmine Burnett; (216) 307-3185
Dedicated to the health and well being of black women and girls through policy advocacy, human rights, reproductive justice, community organizing,
leadership development and integrated voter engagement.
Nursing Ed. Consultant Dr. P. Ngangana
Pamela Ngangana; (440) 552-7243
Tutoring, exam and dissertation review for nursing students.
Progress With Chess (E-293)
Michael Joelson, Executive Director; (216) 321-7000; www.progresswithchess.org
Provides chess instruction and administers chess programs and tournaments.
Range of Change Enrichment Center (E-086)
Leslie Smijohn, President (216) 325-7760
A comprehensive neuropsycho-educational program for grades 7-12.
SWOSH (2nd floor C-wing)
Robert Stevenson; (216) 926-5531
Holistic driven community organization striving to empower the underserved in a multitude of ways.
Visiting Angels Senior Home Care (B-201)
Connie Hill Johnson, Director; (216) 231-6400
Provides home nursing and assistance for the elder, in their home or in facilities.
Ward 6 / Project Sparkle (C-145)
Mamie Mitchell, Councilwoman; (216) 791-VOTE (8683); www.clevelandcitycouncil.org/ward-6
Outreach office for Cleveland Ward 6 residents. Inquiries welcome from 9 am to 2:30 pm Monday through Friday. Committed to working with and for the residents of Ward 6.
Campus Organizations of Worship
Greater Vision Baptist Church; Jewell Jones, (216) 965-3673
Sunday Worship: 9:00 am-2:00 pm; 2nd floor Auditorium
House of David Worship; Timothy Tyler, (440) 334-4930
Sunday Worship: 11:00 am – 1:00 pm; E-197
Laborers For Christ Church; Connie Grant, (216) 991-9126
Sunday Worship: 11:30 am – 1:30 pm; Lakeview Room
Spiritual Growth Ministries; Beryl Whitten, (330) 405-1242
9:00 am – noon; Building for Success (D-126)
Go Ye Ministries; Rev. Alfred Hodge III, (216) 924-1210
10:00 – noon; (A-020)