Upcoming Events

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An Introduction to Anti-Racism for White Folks

A 90 minute online workshop for those interested in deepening their journey with racial justice.

 

Since the racism in our country was designed by and for white people, this workshop is designed for white people to step up and begin the process of taking responsibility for dismantling racism.

with Karen McNamara, PhD and Dwayne Hess, Director of Clay Pots

Saturday, August 1 at 1 p.m.

 

Email dwayne@claypotsbaltimore.org for more information or to register.

 

Registration is free and donations to Clay Pots are encouraged.

Spring Garden Workshop

Miseed our last workshop? E-mail Dwayne about your gardening needs!

Dwayne@claypotsbaltimore.org

Ongoing Programs

Workforce Development

10AM - 6PM

Tuesdays
News

10/6/2016 - WBAL TV 11 

"Car crashes into vacant day care center in west Baltimore"

A car striking the daycare that sits opposite Clay Pots at the intersection of Pratt and Mount Streets highlights the danger of this local intersection. Clay Pots staff comments on how such crashes have impacted us in the past. 

Connect to employment, training and supportive services.  The Career Navigator, Rachel, is able to help with trainings, referrals and resume building.

Thursdays
Saturdays

Job Readiness

Thursdays

2 PM - 5 PM

Looking for employment? This is the place to start. Access jobs, improve job readiness skills, and more. 

Open Computer Lab

7:30pm- 9:00pm

Use our computers for work, leisure, job applications and projects.  An instructor is on hand for as assistance.

NAMI Connection Recovery Support Group

1st and 3rd Saturday of the month.

10:30 AM - 12:30 PM

A free, peer-led support group for adults living with a mental health condition or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse use disorder. 

Drop-ins welcome. 

7/8/2016 - Comcast Creative 

"Clay Pots...A Place to Grow"

Yolanda Vazquez speaks with Dwayne Hess, Director of Clay Pots…A Place to Grow, about the history and present of community building.

1635 W Pratt St Baltimore, MD 21223 | 410-233-1133

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