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 (C-439)
Wanda McGinnis, Executive Director; (216) 791-7334 www.acaciaspeechtherapy.com
Provider of comprehensive, individualized speech language evaluations and treatments. Servicing preschoolers, school aged children, adults and seniors.
ACCESS TO THE ARTS (C-434)
Graham Grund, Executive Director; (216) 791-4654
Concert quality musical and cultural arts performances given by talented students and professionals at retirement communities, senior centers, hospices and hospitals in Greater Cleveland and surrounding counties.
AllType Tax, Inc. (B-216 & B-218)
Michael A. Dunn, Executive Director; (216) 231-2500
Income Tax preparation and client write-up services for individuals and small businesses. Practicing successfully before the Internal Revenue Service for over twenty years.
Art Therapy Studio (C-157)
Karen Peterson, Executive Director; (216) 791-9303
Creative therapeutic arts program providing watercolor, oil, acrylic, drawing, collage, and clay classes at Fairhill Center. We invite individuals seeking a wellness approach to healing, older adults, and people who are physically disabled, medically or emotionally ill. Services are also offered at MetroHealth Medical Center, Ursuline ArtSpace, and on-site at area agencies and schools.
Bistro at Fairhill (Cafeteria - 1st Floor) (216) 231-6500
Creative and affordable breakfast and lunch selections like the McJim english muffin
or an old fashioned cheese sandwich. Brought to the Fairhill campus by Bistro Plus and Golden Age Centers of Greater Cleveland Inc.
Cleveland International Piano Competition (C-Wing, End Cap, 2nd Floor)
Karen Knowlton, Executive Director; (216) 707-5397, www.clevelandpiano.org
Honors pianistic excellence, supports the best musical qualities of young artists, encourages the performance of and an acquaintance with the great repertoire for the piano, and promotes international friendship and good will through music. This is done through the presentation of the Cleveland International Piano Competition and PIANO/OHIO, a smaller competition for area high school students.
Consumer Credit Counseling Service (C-140A)
Rachel Sullivan, Representative; (216) 791-7321 or www.cccservices.com
For over 50 years, has helped thousands of people learn to manage money, balance their budgets and get out of debt through comprehensive personal finance education and credit counseling.
Elizabeth Richmond Counseling (B-248)
Elizabeth Richmond, M.Ed., LPCC-S, Executive Director; (216) 325-7785
Counseling for children, teenagers, and adults who are struggling with problems. Completely confidential. Accepts Medicaid and some private insurance. Counselor Training Supervision offered.
Fairhill Successful Aging Programs
(Main Building )
Dr. Stephanie J. FallCreek, President & CEO;
(216) 421-1350 www.fairhillpartners.org
Programs that directly serve over 3,000 people every year. Programs like the Computer Learning Center, services for older adults raising children, School for Caregivers, the Senior Guest House and other peer led programs help older adults, caregivers and families find short-term emergency housing, support, civic and social engagement opportunities and evidence-based lifelong learning programs.
The Ferneway Company (E-286)
Ferne A. Ziglar, President; (216) 791-9701
Full service public relations and consulting firm offering marketing communications, media relations, fund development and special events management.
Golden Age Centers of Greater Cleveland Inc. (B-Wing, 1st Floor)
Angela Velasquez, Interim CEO; (216) 231-6500
Fifty-five years of excellence serving seniors at 15 Golden Age Centers, in private homes and in the community. Programming includes critical support services; home delivered meals; meals in group settings; transportation, individual assistance with government forms, insurance claim forms, correspondence; information and referral; health screenings; and cultural, educational and recreational activities.
Greater Vision Baptist Church (B-118)
Reverend Jewell D. Jones, Sr., Executive Director; (216) 965-3673
Committed to evangelical preaching and teaching.
Hands That Speak Volumes, Inc. (B-219)
Sherri Green, Executive Director; (216) 721-4559
A grassroots organization whose mission is “To improve the quality of life for people who are deaf in Greater Cleveland.” In what ways, you ask? Providing social, leisure, recreation activities, and increasing the number of qualified interpreters in this area.
Home Instead Senior Care (A-160)
Scott Radcliff; (440) 914-1400
Provides non-medical care and service to seniors in their homes and/or in facilities. Currently many offices throughout the state of Ohio and more than 450 offices in the United States, Japan, Canada and Portugal.
The Intergenerational School (TIS) (E-Wing, 1st Floor)
Brooke King, Executive Director; (216) 721-0120
A free public K-8 school recognized by both the State of Ohio and U.S. Department of Education for offering an outstanding innovative educational program. TIS fosters an educational community of excellence for its 200+ K-8 students and 50+ lifelong learners, many of whom are senior citizens.
Kingdom Warrior Protection Services (B-212)
Arlivia Elaine Siggers & John Siggers, Executive Directors; (216) 283-2170
Security service for events, conferences, churches, apartment complex, stores, banks and special assignments.
Lifeline Home Health Services LLC (C-438 & C-440)
Aziz Warsame, Executive Director; (216) 325-7717
Home healthcare providers, taking care of elderly and disabled people in their own homes.
Massage at Fairhill Partners (C-445 & C-441)
Janet Alter, Harmony for Life, LLC; (216) 577-4920 Tracy Pattison, The Inspired Body, LLC; (216) 233-6934
Licensed massage therapists providing massage and bodywork services for physical, mental and emotional wellness — including therapeutic massage for injury and chronic pain relief through soft tissue release and postural alignment, relaxation massage, reiki and the ancient healing art of thai yoga massage.
National Caucus and Center on Black Aged, Inc. (E-192)
JoAnn Neal, State Program Coordinator; (216) 721-9197
National, private, nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the quality of life for African-American and low-income elderly through employment and training, housing, health promotion and advocacy.
Phelps Media Group, Inc. (B-411)
Jeff Phelps, President & CEO; (216) 403-4373
Offers leading edge in creation of innovative television programming and multi-media training. Non-profit and faith-based, the organization was formed around the idea of providing a unique community service: actual local television programming and hands-on media training - all in one place.
Pneuma Chapel (E-284)
Pastor Grace Dent; (216) 374-0723
Faith Based Organization, Spiritual Restoration (Physical and Mental). Services: Sunday, 10:00am - 2:00pm, Thursday Evening, 6:30pm.
Progress With Chess (E-293)
Michael Joelson, Executive Director; (216) 321-7000, www.progresswithchess.org
Provides chess instruction, mostly in schools and recreation centers, administers chess programs, and directs chess tournaments for students and adults.
Range of Change Enrichment Center (E-086 & E-089)
Leslie Smijohn, President (216) 325-7760 www.rocec.org
A long term focus of empowering students to become successful academically as well as within society is the primary goal of Range of Change Enrichment Center.
Standing for Jesus Ministries (A-275/279)
Pastor Emanuel DeBose (216)392-0922
A Church moving from membership to discipleship, from an audience to an army, building on nothing less than the Word of God.
Substance Abuse Initiative (B-207)
Ayme McCain, Executive Director; (216) 771-8281 or (216) 771-8283
Substance abuse prevention agency dedicated to promoting drug free communities in Greater Cleveland.
Visiting Angels Senior Home Care (B-201)
Connie Hill Johnson, Director; (216) 231-6400
Provides non-medical care and service to seniors in their homes and/or in facilities.
Ward 6 / Project Sparkle (C-145)
Mamie Mitchell, Councilwoman; (216) 791-VOTE
Outreach office for Cleveland Ward 6 residents. Inquiries welcome from 9:00 am to 2:30 pm Monday through Friday. Committed to Working with and for the residents of Ward 6.
Michael L. Wolpert, Attorney At Law (B-211)
Michael Wolpert; (216) 870-2638
Attorney focusing on complex criminal, juvenile, and domestic matters. Also, involved in court related drug counseling and social work.