September 15, 2017

At the Y, our foundation is set on strengthening communities, that means being there for our neighbors in the good times and in the rough times.

Florida Ys are doing what they can to open their doors and hearts to area friends and neighbors impacted by Hurricane Irma. Our Ys are opening to all, free of charge to those in need. If you need a place to charge your phone, grab a cup of coffee, take a shower, or simply relax with a workout, there is a place for you at the Y.

Many of our Ys across the 19 associations, are open, however some remain without power. Below is a contact list of YMCAs in the state of Florida that currently have branches open to all local residents.

• Highlands County YMCA, 863-382-9622
• Sarasota YMCA, 941-951-2916
• SKY Family YMCA, 941-492-9622
• Tampa Metropolitan YMCA, 813-224-9622
• Volusia Flagler YMCA, 386-736-6000
• YMCA of Central Florida, 407-896-9220
• YMCA of Florida’s First Coast, 904-296-3220
• YMCA of Greater St. Petersburg, 727-895-9622
• YMCA of Manatee County, 941-798-9622
• YMCA of North Central Florida, 351-374-9622
• YMCA of Northwest Florida, 850-438-4406
• YMCA of Palm Beaches, 561-968-9622
• YMCA of South Florida, 954-334-9622
• YMCA of South Palm Beach County, 800-798-4531
• YMCA of the Suncoast, 727-467-9622
• YMCA of West Central Florida, 863-644-3528

Facilities and times may vary, please call local Y for more information.

Together we can weather any storm. We’re here for you, Florida.


About the Florida Alliance of YMCAs
The Florida Alliance of YMCAs provides a single, unified voice for the Y in Florida. Together, we believe we can create a healthier and more active state for future generations. Florida Ys serve all segments of their communities by providing youth enrichment opportunities, promoting health and wellness, building partnerships and encouraging volunteerism. Working together, we create communities with a shared vision – communities in which everyone plays a part in building a stronger tomorrow.