MEMBERSHIP TYPES AND RATES
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*A new joining fee will only be required for cancelled accounts after sixty days.
Family memberships - 2 adults living in the same household;
OR 1 adult & dependent(s), age 22 or younger, including foster children, grandchildren & children for whom the adult is guardian;
OR 2 adults & dependent(s), age 22 or younger, including foster children, grandchildren & children for whom the adult is guardian.
Please see our Seniors page for more information regarding Senior Membership Types and eligibility options through your supplemental Medicare insurance plan.
Your Y membership gives you access to our entire facility
Benefits of your membership include:
- Wellness center with cardio and strength training equipment and trained wellness staff
- New members may schedule up to 3 visits or orientation with our wellness staff
- Free-weight room
- Our 25 yard six-lane indoor pool - water temp is maintained between 82 - 86°F
- Steam room
- Group exercise and water fitness classes
- Gymansium - full-size
- Kids gym
- Member discounts on all youth sports, swim lessons, childcare and summer camp programs
- Racquetball courts
- Squash court
- Senior Programs
- Outdoor 1/4 mile walking and jogging track
- Nursery for members under 6 yrs
- Kids Zone for members 6-12 yrs
- Fun, fellowship and more
The monthly membership is paid by electronic fund transfer, an automatic monthly withdrawal from your personal checking account or may be charged to your Visa, Mastercard or Discover. Membership continues until the member initiates a change.
The YMCA conducts regular sex offender screenings on all members, participants, and guests. If a sex offender match occurs, the YMCA reserves the right to cancel membership, end program participation, and remove visitation access. The Y occasionally videotapes/photographs its members and participants in various activities. Some of these photos are used in Y marketing materials, such as ads or brochures. If you do not want your photo to be used by the Y, please step out of the shot or notify the photographer before the picture is taken.
The Henderson Family YMCA strongly encourages parents and guardians to use good judgment regarding the supervision of their children while at the YMCA. Please refer to the diagram below for quick reference and the descriptions thereunder for greater detail. Members, participants, and guests, of all ages, are expected to abide by the YMCA’s Code of Conduct. The YMCA is not a “hang out” for teens or a substitute for supervised child care. The YMCA reserves the right for staff to make discretionary decisions regarding prolonged attendance by unsupervised teens, including contacting a parent or guardian with a request to pick up the teen.
BASIC FACILITY: Members must be at least 13 years of age to be left unsupervised at the YMCA. Children ages 12 and under must be accompanied and supervised by a parent or guardian (age 16 or older) or enrolled and participating in a supervised YMCA program.
NURSERY: Children ages 6 weeks - 5 years old may be left in the nursery, however, a parent or guardian must remain in the building.
KIDS ZONE: Children ages 6-12 years old may attend Kids Zone, however, a parent or guardian must remain in the building. If Kids Zone is closed, children ages 6-12 may be left in the Nursey for up to one (1) hour.
POOL: Children ages 7 and older (who can swim without aid as determined by lifeguard) may be in the pool without adult supervision, however, a parent or guardian must remain in the building. All children ages 6 and under, as well as children ages 7 and older (who require a swimming aid as determined by lifeguard) must be accompanied in the pool by a parent or guardian and remain within arm’s reach of the parent or guardian at all times.
GYM/RACQUET COURTS: Persons ages 13 and older are permitted to use the gym and racquet courts. Children ages 12 and younger must be directly supervised by a parent or guardian.
KIDS GYM: Persons ages 12 and younger are permitted to use the Kids Gym when accompanied and supervised by a parent or guardian (age 16 or older) or enrolled and participating in a supervised YMCA program. Please do not dunk on the basketball goals in the Kids Gym.
WELLNESS CENTER: Persons age 15 years and older may use the Wellness Center. Members ages 13 and 14 years must complete the Weights, Wellness & Fitness (WWF) certification in order to use the Wellness Center. Members ages 11 and 12 years must complete the Weights, Wellness & Fitness (WWF) certification and be directly supervised by a parent or guardian in order to use the Wellness Center. Guests ages 14 and under may not use the Wellness Center.
FREE WEIGHT ROOM: Persons age 15 years and older may use the Free Weight Room.
GROUP EXERCISE CLASSES: Persons age 13 and older may attend group exercise classes. With the instructor’s express permission and at the instructor’s discretion, children ages 12 and younger may participate in a group exercise class with a parent or guardian who is also participating in the class. Some classes may not be appropriate for some children.
Any special circumstances which may merit an exception to this Age Policy must be approved in writing by the appropriate YMCA Director, in consultation with other YMCA staff.
Henderson Family YMCA members age 18 and older are welcome to bring a guest to the Y at any time.
- One (1) guest is allowed per visit. A guest equals one (1) individual or a family unit.
- All guests must be properly registered and checked-in with Member Services.
- Guests 16 years of age and older must provide photo ID.
- Guests 12 years of age and younger must be accompanied by an adult.
- Local guests (residents of Vance, Granville, Warren or Franklin counties) must be accompanied by a member. Members need not accompany guests from outside the four (4) county area, but must arrange the guest’s visit with Member Services.
- Each guest is limited to ten (10) visits per year.
- Guest fees apply to all guests, every visit:
- Age 13 and over $10 per day
- Age 12 and under $5 per day.
Members assume full responsibility for the conduct of their guests, including any damage or vandalism. Improper conduct by a guest may affect the sponsoring member’s status up to and including suspension or termination of membership.
Each guest age 18 years of age and older will be scanned through a National Sex Offender Registry database. Access will be denied to any individual registered as a sex offender.
YMCA staff has the right to refuse guests due to overcrowding.
Members requesting additional “one on one” instruction are invited to take advantage of the YMCA personal training program.
After signing up for personal training sessions, members will have a free consultation – includes wellness assessment, goal setting, weigh-in and measurements.
Session fees – include a personalized workout program, guidance & implementation of the program from a personal trainer.
1 session - $30
5 sessions - $140
10 sessions - $270
15 sessions - $400
Non-member rates are available
Sessions must be paid in full prior to the first appointment and must be utilized within 12 months. Appointments must be cancelled within 12 hours or member will be charged for the session. A free final evaluation and review will be offered at the conclusion of all sessions.
Download a copy of our Financial Assistance application
The Henderson Family YMCA provides financial assistance for those who cannot afford the full cost of a Y membership or camp programs. We use a sliding fee scale based on total household income and the number of household members. We require supporting documentation to verify household size and income, and we consider special circumstances when providing assistance.
Recipients are expected to be responsible for a percentage of the cost. Qualification for YMCA financial assistance for membership or programs is reviewed annually or when there are changes to the household income.
FAQ’s about Financial Assistance
How much assistance will be provided?
Financial Assistance funds are limited. The level of assistance depends on the extent of need and the cost of programs. We find that recipients develop a stronger sense of ownership when contributing partially to their involvement.
How Long Will The Assistance Continue?
Assistance is provided for a specific time period and will be reviewed for eligibility every year. If help is still needed when assistance is reviewed, you will be asked to re-apply. If your circumstances change before the time period is up, please let us know so we may serve others. Assistance may be discontinued by the YMCA with 2 or more occurrences involving declined drafts for monthly dues.
Why Does The YMCA Request Financial Information?
With information on income and family size, we can award assistance in a fair and consistent manner. We use these procedures to ensure that everyone receives equal consideration.
Who Will See The Financial Information?
Personal financial information is handled in a confidential manner and will be seen and reviewed only by the YMCA’s professional staff. No information is shared with any other agency or organization.