Pandemic Got you Down?
Join this listening circle to hear how others have adapted to the ever changing times and tended to their mental health. Share your story as well.
Participants will have 5 minutes to share what life has been like during the covid-19 pandemic. This is a chance for informal sharing, but not for discussion or cross-talk.
Saturday, March 6 @ 4 p.m.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to register and receive a Zoom link.
Facilitated by Tural Mammadli and Dwayne Hess
GED classes and tutoring: Winter 2021
Ready to get back to your education?
Do you need a lot of help with your academic skills? Or do you just need to brush up?
Clay Pots is ready to help you take the next step. Group classes are online, but there are in-person options for tutoring and computer work.
Call today for more information or to make an appointment for a placement test.
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Online or by Phone
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. Contact our workforce development partner for help and information. During the pandemic, please email Rachel at:
2 PM - 5 PM
Looking for employment? This is the place to start. Access jobs, improve job readiness skills, and more. Call for an appointment: 410-233-1133
Do you need to use a computer for any reason? Please call to make an appointment to use our computer lab: 410-233-1133
NAMI Connection Recovery Support Group
1st and 3rd Saturday of the month.
10:30 AM - 12:30 PM
This free, peer-led group is temporarily suspended because of the pandemic. For online groups, visit: namibaltimore.org
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.