Physical wellness, fitness for children and teens. Senior fitness programs. Gymnasium, classes, pool, swim teams, swim classes, fitness programs, weights, basketball, climbing, running track, and various outdoor programs and activities. Summer Camps, after-school programs, learning assistance, arts education and a wide variety of programs for children, adults and families.
The Community YMCA's Arrowhead Children's Center is a state licensed, 12 month academic preschool program for children ages 2 ½ - 5 years old; fully toilet trained and self-sufficient. Our school day is 8:30 am -2:00 pm, and we offer extended hours from 7:00 am-6:00 pm. There is a three day per week minimum.
The Community YMCA Child Achievement Center in Hazlet provides high-quality, educational children’s programs in a safe and healthy environment. The centers offer academic preschool; infant/toddler care; before and after school-age programs; Saturday enrichment programs; music, art, Y-Kids Clubs; and summer progams.
YMCA Child Achievement programs are located throughout Monmouth County – Matawan/Aberdeen, Hazlet, Holmdel, Keyport, Middletown, Monmouth Beach, Asbury Park, West Long Branch, Wall, and Red Bank. Northern Monmouth Branch: The Northern Monmouth Branch provides a variety of opportunities and programs for children and families in the communities in and around Matawan.
These programs are created to promote intellectual growth, improve social skills, encourage creativity and develop character values in safe, fun, engaging and stimulating learning environments. Our programs include but are not limited to academic preschool programs, before and after-school programs, Kindergarten enrichment programs and extra-curricular activities.
A Spanish-speaking play therapist offers services in their Matawan outpatient office. Please contact Jessica Cronin, EdM, Assistant Program Director of the Community YMCA, Eatontown, for additional information: email - [email protected], or call 732.544.4544 x22.
The Red Bank Branch has a longstanding relationship with the community since its founding in 1874. The Branch offers programs and activities in aquatics, health and fitness, sports and youth, family programming and teen leadership. The Branch is more than just a "gym and swim." It provides a variety of character building activities, leadership development programs, adult education, and collaborative efforts with other groups.
Recreation, activities, arts, and camp programs are open to the general public. Scholarships are available to individuals and families through Y-Cares. (See separate listings for Camp Arrowhead and Camp Zehnder)
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Last Updated: 12/29/17