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The YMCA does not carry public health or accident insurance. All individuals participate at their own risk.

Code of Conduct

The Board of Directors of the YMCA of Grays Harbor recognizes the right for all YMCA members to enjoy participation in programs and facilities without fear for personal safety or verbal abuse. The YMCA staff is empowered to suspend membership privileges for anyone who acts in a manner which negatively affects other members.

Supervision of Children

For everyone’s safety, no child under the age of 9 should be left unattended in any area of the YMCA. Children 2nd grade or under must be in a supervised area (Busytown, Y Clubhouse, Goldberg Family Discover Center, or Rec. Swim) or have direct supervision of a parent/guardian or responsible member 13 years or older. This does not pertain to youth participating in a supervised specific program.

It is the YMCA’s policy to notify police when any minor (17 and under) is left unattended at closing.

Financial Assistance

The YMCA of Grays Harbor strives to provide services for any youth, adult or senior who desires to participate in membership or programs. The YMCA of Grays Harbor believes a strong sense of ownership and pride is developed if recipients contribute to the cost of YMCA involvement. Those not able to pay the membership or program fee may be awarded a scholarship based on the YMCA’s ability to fund the membership or program through the Annual Campaign, Bishop Foundation Endowment Grant and other funding sources secured by the YMCA. This is done by a sliding fee system and special circumstance requests.

A Safe Place

It is the policy of the YMCA of Grays Harbor that all necessary measures will be taken to insure a safe environment for all children and to insure professional conduct of all staff and volunteers. If you have any concerns about how your child is being treated in any YMCA sponsored program, please call the number below. Thank you!


Franzine Potts     x108

Dan Brown        x109