The Altavista Area Y is honored and excited to announce that Centra has awarded the Y a grant which allows us to offer afforadble PreK education and after school care to the children in Brookneal. Centra's mission is to improve the health and quality of life for the communities they serve. They do this in large part by fostering relationships with the Y, their community stakeholders. Through the Centra Community Grants they are supporting the good work as a partner in their combined efforts to achineve improved health for all. #Centra #Bettertogether #Hereforthecommunity


*Virtual lifestyle platform. From fitness classes to guitar lessons. Complimentary for full membership. Add on to basic membership avaliable. Create a login and give it a go! Click DOWNLOAD for more information; Click HERE to visit the site
Summer Program Line up!   
*Interested in a Lifeguard Certification? Register online on in-house! Flyer Download
*Never miss a Y alert again. Sign up at Type in Altavista Area YMCA. Choose the nonprofit category. Follow the prompts.
*Karate at the Y! Join Senei Heidi & Senei Wendy as you grow in your Karate journey. Signups avaliable in house now Flyer & Registration Form
*Bingo Tuesdays, Will conclude May 16th and start back up after Labor Day
*2023 Youth Sports Calendar now avaliable Download Flyer
*Interested in Personal Training at the Y? Download our flyer &/or price sheet Download Flyer / Download Price Sheet
*Campbell County Adult Education Classes DOWNLOAD FLYER for more information
*Join the Y now and let us help you start your fitness journey! Membership Rates Download

988 has been designated as the new three8digit dialing code that will route callers to the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline. When people call, text, or chat 988, they will be connected to trained counselors that are part of the existing National Suicide Prevention Lifeline network. The current Lifeline phone number (1-800-273-8255) will always remain available to people in emotional distress or suicidal crisis, even after 988 is launched nationally.


Did you know that in the Lynchburg region, there is approximately 180youth in foster care? Each one of these children and teens is in need of a loving space to call their own until they can return home, be placed with a relative, or become adopted. UMFS is an unwavering champion for children and teens in Virginia - support them today by becoming a foster parent or volunteering at a regional office near you. Visit t learn more or get involved.  
*Substance abuse is a growing problem that communities in the US are facing today. Below is one resource to help make an immediate impact in our community. ; ; ;
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