Becoming a Member
Any person who supports the purpose may become a member of this corporation in accordance with such provisions as may be established by the board of directors, and shall so continue to be a member unless the Board or its authorized agent concludes, in its sole discretion, that a member has failed to live up to the standards and commitments of being a member of this YMCA.
Family: A married husband and wife with dependent children 18 years of age or younger. 25 years of age or younger if the dependent is a full-time student
Single Parent Family: A single parent who is divorced or whose spouse is deceased with dependent children 18 years of age or younger. 25 years of age or younger if the dependent is a full-time student
Sr. Citizen Family: A married husband and wife where at lease one individual is age 65+.
Sr. Citizen: An individual age 65+.
Adult: An individual adult age 18-64.
College: An individual age 18-25 that is a full-time student (verifiable by a student ID card)
Youth: An individual child ages 0-17.
Bank and credit card drafts are perpetual and in order to cancel a membership, a cancellation form must be completed from the Member Services Desk. A 30 day written notice is required for bank draft or credit card membership cancellation. Membership fees are non-refundable and non-transferable.
Membership Application Packet
For the summer months only, the YMCA offers a three-month membership rate. Memberships become effective June 1 and are valid until September 1. A regular membership may be purchased after the summer membership expires. The joining fee will be reduced by the amount paid for the summer joining fee.
If your company is interested in providing it’s employees with another benefit, try our corporate membership plan! There is a one time enrollment fee and an annual renewal for the corporation. This allows your employees to become members easily and improves employee health and company morale. Please contact Joan Hathaway at 757-0016.
All programs with additional fees require pre-registration. Early enrollment is encouraged in order to get a count of participants and to determine instructor needs. Registrations must be accompanied with payment and are on a first come basis.
Refunds or credits will be issued only if the YMCA must cancel a program. Participants who are unable to complete a program due to illness may receive a refund or credit with a written verification from a doctor.
If you or someone you know would like to be a part of our YMCA, but are currently experiencing financial constraints, then we would love for you to complete a Financial Assistance Application. All applications are kept strictly confidential. Please see our Membership Services Staff to apply.
Financial Assistance Application
Guest passes allow members to bring a guest for an occasional visit and are not intended to permit frequent daily use. A member may only bring the same guest three (3) times per year. Guests will not be admitted unless accompanied by a member and age 14 or older. Guest passes are currently available only on weekdays before 4 pm.
Family $12 | Adult $8 | College $5 | Youth $5
The Tri-County YMCA is an A.W.A.Y. program member. We accept all YMCA Members with proof of membership at no charge, including YMCA’s in West Virginia.
Military Outreach Initiative
Military members who are Title 10 may be eligible for a free membership. Any Title 10 Independent Duty Personnel can simply request an IDP Authorization Letter from their Commanding Officer and fill out the necessary Y paperwork to receive a free 6 month family membership. In addition, the immediate family of a military member who will be Title 10 eligible while on a deployment of 6 months or longer is entitled to a free 6 month family membership. Minimum usage required. Please refer to www.militaryonesource.com for more information about eligibility or contact Joan Hathaway at 304.757.0016.
Any persons who supports the purpose may become a member of this corporation in accordance with such provisions as may be established by the board of directors, and shall so continue to be a member unless the Board or its authorized agents concludes, in its sole discretion, that a member has failed to live up to the standards and commitments of being a member of this YMCA. In accordance with Federal law and U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) policy, this institution is prohibited from discriminating on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age or disability.