B.R. RYALL YMCA OF NORTHWESTERN DUPAGE COUNTY

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Policies & Procedures

Method of Payment

Monthly Payment Plan: All monthly payments must be made using ACH bank draft from a checking/savings account or by pre-authorized credit card charge (Visa, MasterCard, Discover or American Express). Annual Payment: Check, Charge or Cash

Membership Cancellations

At the Y, you are not locked into a contract for any length of time. We understand circumstances change. If you need to cancel your Y membership for any reason, we ask that you provide us with a 30-day written notification. Cancellation forms may be obtained at the Guest Services Desk.

Facility Usage

Members age 9 and older may use the facility without parental supervision. Members ages 11-15 may use the Wellness Center without parent/guardian upon completion of our Teen Start class.

Guest Pass Policy

Y members are welcome to bring guests. Members ages 9-15 may bring one guest; members who are at least age 16 may bring up to three guests. Any guest under age 18 must have a parent/guardian sign the hold harmless waiver.

All guests must check in at the Guest Services Desk and complete a waiver. Each guest is limited to three complimentary visits per year and must adhere to the YMCA Code of Conduct.

Members are responsible for guests’ actions. Inappropriate actions by guests may result in the suspension or loss of membership privileges for the YMCA member.

Day Pass

Want to see what the Y has to offer? Try a day pass. All visitors must be at least age 18, provide a photo ID and complete a waiver.

$15 adult (age 18 and older)
$20 family

AWAY Member Policy

AWAY Members may visit our facility for free. AWAY Members must present their YMCA card and a photo ID, as well as complete a waiver.

Membership Satisfaction

If within 30 days of becoming a member you are not completely satisfied, we will refund your membership fee less a $25 service fee.

Child Abuse Prevention Policy

The YMCA is mandated by state law to report any suspected cases of child abuse or neglect to the appropriate authorities for investigation.