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Welcome to the Valley Points Family YMCA

In one way or another, we're all connected to the Y. Whether it's where you discovered a talent that became a lifelong passion, were encouraged by a mentor, or where you turn for support with a healthy lifestyle.

At the Valley Points Family YMCA, we believe our programming lays the groundwork for healthy futures, builds a sense of community, and conveys the values of caring, honesty, respect and responsibility. Yes, children learn to swim, kids have somewhere to go after school and we teach about healthy lifestyles, but the Y is far more than that. The Y is a place where kids find direction, families come together and people rally to make a difference.

With a commitment to nurturing youth development, promoting healthy living, and fostering a sense of social responsibility, the Y ensures that people of all ages and from all walks of life have access to the essentials needed to be more healthy, confident, connected and secure.

WHAT'S HAPPENING AT THE Y


Now that kids are back in school, it's time to sign up your seventh grader for a FREE membership through the 7th Grade Initiative! If your child is in seventh grade and attends a school district within our service region, they are eligible for a free membership at our Y. Learn more about how you can take advantage of this great opportunity!

Is golf your game? How about tennis? If so, then join us for the Golf Outing & Tennis Tournament on September 22nd and help raise funds for the Annual Youth Development Campaign! Various participation and sponsorship levels are available, so see the brochure or call 724.335.9191 for more information!

Carol B rounded edgeBy Carol B.

It was luck that brought me to the Valley Points Family YMCA. Luck that came my way in early January of this year through a casual phone call with my friend, Darlene, in Florida. She had just had surgery and couldn't play tennis during her recovery, so she had taken up Tai Chi. She loves it. She told me this because she knew I was having a tough time recovering from my own detached retina surgery and that during my recuperation, I had gotten a terrible cold which made everything worse. She also knew I had been diagnosed with a serious blood cancer in January of 2015. By the time of my friend's phone call, I had been home-bound for three months and my physical condition was declining rapidly. I had to do something.

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The Y is committed to providing programs that build healthy spirit, mind and body for all. We make every effort to ensure that no one is turned away due to age, income or background. Click to read more about our financial assistance opportunities.