Any great reason to belong to the YMCA!
The Y is for healthy living and we want you to stay active and keep moving wherever you travel in New England.
YMCA full facility members, bring your membership card and photo ID and enjoy free access to almost every other Y in Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Vermont. Use the pool, fitness center and other wellness facilities.
So get out and explore New England and stay active at the Y.
Some restrictions may apply. My Y is Every Y participants must use their home YMCA at least 50% of the time. Please call or visit the website of the Y you plan to visit for schedules and to confirm their participation.
At the YMCA of Greater Westfield, visiting YMCA members from other New England YMCAs have full access to our facility this does not include classes.
To learn more, click here:
New England: My Y Is Every Y FAQ
How will I know if there are any restrictions and what they are? Please visit the website of the Y you would like to visit. All Ys will have updated information posted on their website.
Does this replace the “Always Welcome at the YMCA” (AWAY) program?
No, the AWAY Program is still in existence and many Ys across the country participate in this program. The AWAY Program may be helpful to those members who are travelling outside of New England or for members outside of New England visiting New England Ys.
What do I need to bring to verify that I am a current Y member?
You must bring your current membership card and a photo ID (i.e. driver’s license) in order to utilize another Y. By providing both of these items the staff at the visiting Y will be able to verify your current Y membership. It is mandatory that you bring both of these items with you.
Do I need to sign anything?
As a reciprocal member visiting another Y you will need to agree to abide by all of their rules and regulations. You will likely be asked to sign a liability waiver and/or other document outlining that local Y’s policies and procedures.
What if I want to sign up for a program at another YMCA?
For purposes of program registration (i.e. swimming lessons, camp, child care etc.) you would be considered a non member and you would pay the non member rate.