The mission of the Y is stronger than the walls of our facility. Learn about exciting ways we are working to keep you active and engaged.
The Y is essential in uncertain times like these; it is our members who keep us going and keep the community strong. Although our building is closed, we are excited to work to provide you with virtual tools, resources, and information to help you to stay active, healthy and connected.
Discover ways to safely get outside.
Get helpful health and nutrition tips from certified Nutritionist, Laura Haddox.
Healthy habits can be hard to form and maintain, so we’re here to help. Our new blog will make healthy living easier!
Faith in Action
Our Y continues to operate our Faith in Action program, which provides transportation for seniors to critical medical appointments and the delivery of groceries and prescriptions so our elderly and medically fragile don’t have to leave their homes. This program is more vital than ever, and we are committed to serving our community throughout this crisis.
Join us online from home! Virtual tools to help you stay healthy & active.
Resources for Older Adults
Stay Connected to the Y community while practicing social distancing. We hope you will enjoy low-impact workouts, virtual tours and more.
Virtual Parkinson classes for you.
We hope this new resource will allow you the ability to try some new classes released by the Parkinson Foundation. There are a variety of options for you to choose from with boxing, dance, voice exercises and more!
Youth, Teen and Family Resources
While kids and families are home, it is important to keep everyone active, promote continued learning, and check in on everyone’s emotional health. These resources are aimed to help you do just that. Keep checking back for more!