Clinton County Family YMCA

Serving You Through COVID-19

At the Y, we are here to support our community as we traverse uncertain waters through this COVID-19 Pandemic. We will update this page as additional resources are created for you to use as tools to improve your well-being, empower your children, and support our community.

Resources

With these precautions in place, we have additional resources available to better serve our community through this time:

Onsite

Our facility is closed through April 7th other than child care.

Early Learning and School Age Child Care is fully operational and available to accept additional children. Please click through for more information and to view our rates. Financial Assistance is available.

Offsite in the Community

On March 23rd, we will be distributing a weeks worth of meals to families in our community at Eastside Park. Meals are available to be picked up 5:00-6:30 PM. Please bring your own bags or boxes. This is in partnership with The United Way for Clinton County, Boys and Girls Club, Center Township Trustee, Frito Lay, Conagra, Rotary, Kiwanis, and several generous donors throughout our community.

Virtual Resources

Complimentary online and over the phone Wellness Coaching with guidance in fitness and nutrition. If you are in need of this service please e-mail Amanda Harness via a.harness@ccfymca.net.

Online Fitness Classes:

  • Y 360 is an online fitness class resource created by our national office in response to the COVID-19 Pandemic to ensure that Y's accross the country can continue to serve their members and community in the realm of physical and mental health.
  • Mossa Move is an additional free online fitness class resource through one of our national partners. This resource will remain free through May; however, it will require a credit card on file to sign up. If you do not want to continue after the free trial is over be sure to cancel your subscription.

Weekly cooking and exercise demonstrations on Facebook. Please "like" us by searching "Clinton County Family YMCA, Indiana".

If you are in need of mental, emotional, or spiritual support please feel free to call (765) 654-9622, message us on Facebook, or e-mail t.comegys@ccfymca.net to be connected with a local member of clergy for support. If you call into the Y, you will be asked for your contact information and you will receive a return call after we connect you.

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