The Valley YMCA has been a vital part of the Valley community since 1866 – serving the residents of Ansonia, Derby, Oxford, Seymour, and Shelton. At the Valley YMCA, we build strong kids, strong families, and strong communities.
The Valley Y has a wide variety of programs for the youth in our community. The Y is a leading nonprofit committed to nurturing the potential of youth – serving infants through teens – in a safe environment. Our experienced and caring staff and volunteers model the positive core Y values of caring, honesty, respect and responsibility that help build character.
Mailing Address & Phone:
P.O. Box 373
Child Care Center Address & Phone:
32 Howard Avenue
Leaders of the Valley YMCA, a branch of the Central Connecticut Coast YMCA, have announced that they’ve opened a new school age child care location at the Holy Rosary Church, 10 Father Salemi Drive in Ansonia CT.
The new Valley Y location will serve youth and families providing school age child care and youth programming as part of the Y’s core mission to promote youth development to all. The agreement includes the leasing of 4,500 square feet of space including four classrooms and outdoor grassy areas which will allow the Y the flexibility to provide many more programs and day camp. YMCA child care will be licensed by the State of CT Office of Early Childhood.
“This is a fantastic opportunity for the Y to serve our community,” said Valley Y Board of Managers Chairman, Howard Olderman. “Our families depend on YMCA child care programs to provide quality experiences for our children. It’s important for their growth, and families can have a peace of mind while at work, knowing that their children are being supervised in a safe, friendly environment.”
“We are happy to welcome the Valley Y onto our campus as part of our parish mission to serve the wider community,” shared Holy Rosary Church Pastor Fr. Jeffrey Gubbiotti. “Affordable and safe child care is such a big need for families and the YMCA has a long history of offering this valuable service here in the Valley.”
“The Valley YMCA has served the Valley community for many years,” said Josh Royce, Valley Y District Executive Director. “As an organization dedicated to youth development, we know how important it is that our children have a safe and enriching environment for learning, both in and out of school. We are pleased to be able to provide this space to the children in our community, allowing their invaluable social, emotional, physical and academic growth to continue.” “Financial assistance is available to ensure every child and teen has the opportunity to participate,” Royce added.
The Valley Y, also, operates a NAEYCA accredited, state-licensed, early learning center at 32 Howard Avenue in Ansonia. This facility provides a safe and loving environment for children 8 weeks to 5 years old.
The Valley Y is a member of the Valley United Way and a benefactor of the Valley Community Foundation.
Calling all Milford and Valley teenagers! Virtual Meetings on Wednesdays at 6:150pm on Zoom.
Leaders Club provides high school students with extensive leadership training, offering opportunities for service to the YMCA and the community. Leaders Club also serves as a recruiting program for future Y professionals! We are here to develop leaders, fostering with them a culture of service in addition to knowledge and training that will help them better serve others and shape a healthy and productive life for themselves. Leaders Club meets once a week virtually, until the time we can meet in person. Leaders Club provides a safe, genuine place for high schoolers and helps direct their energy to positive outcomes.
If you are interested in this great program please contact Operations Director Ryan Leworthy at the Valley YMCA at firstname.lastname@example.org or Nicole Servas, Operations Director at the Woodruff Family YMCA at email@example.com so we can send you the log on details for the Virtual Meetings.
Please browse through our Winter II Program Guide to learn more: Valley Y Winter II 2021 Program Guide
Our Winter 2 Programs start on March 1 and run through April 25.
Registration opens for Members on Monday, February 8. For Community Members on Monday, February 15.
You can register on-line, by calling the Y or in person.
The Valley YMCA believes all kids have great potential and deserve the opportunity to discover who they are and what they can achieve.
And while these are unprecedented times, times that challenge us individually and as a community on many levels, the Valley Y day camp provides kids with a safe, healthy, familiar, and fun-filled environment for them to explore, build confidence, develop skills and make lasting friendships and memories, so they can grow as individuals and leaders. For families, day camp offers a peace of mind knowing that your child is in a safe and enriching place.
The health and safety of all Y campers, our team and our volunteers are our first and foremost priority. New safety protocols and sanitization procedures have been adopted to maintain the highest standards. CCCY 2021 Day Camp Safety Plan
We can’t wait to see you at Summer Camp! We’ve planned an awesome, activity-packed summer with tons to learn, play and explore.
To learn more about Summer Camp please review our Valley Y 2021 Day Camp Brochure or call the Y.
To register, please fill out the documents and bring them to the Y! Valley Y 2021 Day Camp Registration Packet
If your child will require special assistance or medicine while at camp, these forms may also be required: Individual Care Plan_Medicine Authorization.
If you would like to apply for financial assistance, please fill submit this application: 2021 CCCY Financial Assistance Application Materials
For day-to-day program details, please review our Valley Y 2021 Day Camp Parent Handbook
If your child is 14-15 years of age, they may be interested in our Counselor in Training program. In our CIT program, they will receive valuable job interviewing skills, child care training, leadership experience, team building, and problem-solving skills. To apply please fill out the application and contact the Y for an interview. CCC YMCA CIT Application_References 2021-fillable
When a friend you’ve referred joins the Y, we’ll thank you by giving you a FREE membership month.
There’s no limit to how many friends you refer and there’s no limit to how many FREE months you can receive.
Being with friends is always more fun for you and your family.
At the Y, we’re dedicated to strengthening the community by giving back and supporting our neighbors. That’s why we invite you to participate in Togetherhood™, a program that gives Y members the opportunity to select, plan and lead meaningful community service projects that benefit people and organizations right here in our neighborhood!
Togetherhood™ invites members to participate in the Y’s cause to strengthen the community. Collecting school supplies, donating blood, or running a park clean up are just some of the countless ways Y members and their friends and families can come together in service to their community.
CONTACT: Ryan Leworthy, Operations Director, P 203 736 9622