Enhancement Ministries, Inc.

  • Reading Improvement

  • Provide Tutoring by Appointment

  • Support for students with Dyslexia

  • Orton-Gillingham based lessons for struggling readers

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Videos highlighting community service from over the years

Helping legacies thrive through education that support families' need for safety, growth,  and earning!

Please note that www.broadwayumc.org is no longer an active URL associated with EMI

Enhancement Ministries, Inc (EMI) has supported the well-being of students attending schools in urban communities and surrounding Cuyahoga County school districts for more than 10 years. Relationships with students grew through EMI's community-based academic support and alternative learning programs, which evolved from its faith-based connection to the United Methodist Church. EMI's work encouraged students and inspired families to reach beyond the obvious to see possibilities for themselves and their neighborhood.                                                                                                       
EMI continues its uninterrupted support of students and brings its focus in two ways - advocacy and one on one support. 2RN is given to relieving the impact of traumatic instances in students lives like suspensions from school, unpredictable family dynamics, and acts of violence on a student’s readiness to participate in classroom learning. EMI organized a group of volunteers (Second Responder Network) with a broad range of professional skills to assist students in processing trauma-related experiences. These passionate volunteers completed over 15/hrs of training and successful background checks in their quest to be helpful. 

EMI shapes its advocacy initiatives through its membership with the All Our Children[1] National Network AOC). AOC launched to encourage, promote, and strengthen local church-community-school partnerships. Educational Equity is an urgent mission for all citizens, especially communities with minimal resources. Partnerships between congregations and schools are an effective path to address racism and economic inequity, education inequity and to evolve meaningful community change.

[1] http://www.allourchildren.org/ 

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