WE MISS YOU.
Y OPERATIONS SUSPENDED THROUGH MAY 3.
Due to the shelter-in-place order extending now through May 3, the Y will need to remain closed. We assure you that will be ready to open back up as soon as the order is lifted! We hope you are finding ways to nourish your spirit, mind and body during this shelter-in-place. Please know, we miss seeing all of you immensely and you continue to be on our minds.
This outbreak has created enormous uncertainty and hardship for us all, but how we respond is within our control. In difficult times, our YMCA pivots in response to community needs and finds ways to use our resources to offer solutions. In the past week, our Y has put the following resources and support into motion in our order to support you and our greater community:
We are here to support you no matter where you are! That is why we have put together a variety of virtual resources gathered from youth development and health and wellness experts, as well as workouts our very own Group Exercise Instructors and Wellness Coaches. We hope you and your family will enjoy them! You can access the resources via our website or follow up on Facebook or Instagram for the latest resources and workouts.
EMERGENCY POP UP CHILDCARE - as of March 30 the Y started providing emergency childcare for children whose parents are either medical workers or in essential need jobs. We have put many health & safety measures in place such as: daily health checks, keeping groups to no more than 12 children and more frequent cleaning protocols that are in line with CDC guidelines.
Our leadership team continues to work remotely from home and will respond to emails and messages as we are able. Please continue to look for future email updates, as well updates on our website and via Social Media. We do believe that we will come through this and be back offering the much needed services you have come to count on. In the meantime, be safe and we hope to see you very soon.
Other Valuable Wellbeing & Mental Health Resources:
Infectious disease outbreaks, like the current Coronavirus, can be scary and can affect our mental health. While it is important to stay informed, there are also many things we can do to support and manage our well-being during such times.
You can also find up-to-date information at:
County of Sonoma DHS: