The Green County Family YMCA is a cause driven, non-profit charity that has been serving Green County for over 30 years. When you join the Y, you’re coming together with men, women and children from your community who are committed to youth development, healthy living and social responsibility.
With the Y, you’re not just a member of a facility; you’re part of a cause. With a shared commitment to nurturing the potential of kids, improving health and well-being, and giving back and supporting our neighbors, your membership gives you and your community the opportunity to learn, grow and thrive.
To find out more about membership call the YMCA at 608-325-2003 or email our Membership Coordinator, Luke Smetters at: email@example.com
Adult: Ages 18-64
Family: Any 2 adults and dependent children (up to age 24) living in the same household
Youth: Ages 0-17
College: Full time college student
Senior Adult: Age 65+
Senior Family: One adult must be 65+
Membership Rates – Per Month
Online Membership Information
Discounts/Promotions: Members who wish to join by member referral, Workplace Wellness, request financial assistance or any other promotion must join in person.
First visit: Upon your first visit to the YMCA, you will receive your membership card and be required to take a photo for your membership file. You will also need to sign a printed copy of the Membership Agreement for your member file as well.
Refer a Friend and Save!
Invite as many friends as you want. When a friend joins, you’ll both receive 20% on your membership!
Guests are welcome and may purchase a day pass. Guests 18 years and older must present a photo ID card. The Y embraces all types of members and participants; however for your safety the Y denies membership, access to the facility, and/or participation to registered sex offenders. The Green County Family YMCA has the right to refuse entry to an individual due to past behavior. Rates are subject to change.
The Green County Family YMCA is proud to ensure that the Y is accessible to all, giving everyone an opportunity to learn, grow and thrive. Through our Annual Campaign, financial assistance is provided for YMCA programs and membership to those in need. Any individual or family may qualify for financial assistance, dependent upon household size. A sliding scale is used to determine how much assistance is awarded. To apply for assistance please fill out the application here and return it to the YMCA Welcome Center along with proof of household income. If you have any questions regarding the application processed please contact Luke Smetters at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 325-2003.
Other Discounted Memberships
Many insurance programs offer free or discounted membership benefits. To see if you qualify for these benefits click below or contact your insurance provider.
Corporate Memberships and Fitness Programs
The Green County Family YMCA is currently active in pursuing corporate membership agreements with local businesses. The corporate membership program is designed for employers who want to promote healthy lifestyles for their employees.
Corporate memberships can include a myriad of different possibilities. For example some employees are reimbursed for the full amount of membership based on participation.
If your business (company) is interested in finding out more about the corporate membership opportunities at the YMCA, please call Trent Henning, Executive Director, at (608) 325-2003.
Colony Brands, Monroe Clinic, City of Monroe, Badger State Ethanol, Woodford State Bank, Mitek, Grede, Monroe Truck, Dean Care, Humana Gold, Unity Health Plan and Group Health Cooperative offer fitness programs for their members. The YMCA supports all of these programs.
The Green County Family YMCA offers a 10% discount on membership for retired military and military veterans as a way to say thank you for serving our country. Simply present your Retired Military ID, Veterans DD214 or Veterans ID Card from the Department of Veteran Affairs and we will waive the entry fee and save you money on your monthly draft. (Cannot be dishonorably discharged to qualify)