The CPR program is a sex education program designed to meet the needs of teens. The decisions made today about sexuality can indeed be “life-saving” ones! This course teaches that abstinence from sexual activity before marriage is not only beneficial, but preferred for the physical, mental, social, and emotional health of the individual. Consequences in…Read more
The YMCA’s philosophy on Teen Sports is for kids to have fun and learn new skills. The purpose of the program is to offer teens the opportunity to enjoy playing under conditions that will foster skillful play, fellowship, team loyalty, and a finer appreciation of the sport. We focus on cooperation and not competition. There are no tryouts for a team and everyone is guaranteed playing time. We teach your teen the fundamentals of each sport, and just as important, we focus on the YMCA’s character development traits of Caring, Honesty, Respect and Responsibility.
The Afternoons ROCK in Indiana program is a unique after school program for kids in 5th – 8th grades that teaches them techniques to resist alcohol, tobacco and other drugs. This is a state-funded program through the FSSA Division of Mental Health and is offered as a 6 week session during the school year. Activities…Read more
The YMCA Summer Day Camp operates 5 days a week during summer vacation from 7:30 A.M. – 5:30 P.M for kids going into 1st-8th grades. The program does not operate during the week of July 4th. Refer to the 2017 Summer Camp Parent Handbook Come to the Y to enroll! For more information contact…Read more