Active Duty Military Personnel may receive guest privileges for up to TWO WEEKS upon presentation of their current active duty military identification card. There will be no guest fee for these privileges. This does not apply to Reserves, National Guard or those on delayed entry programs.
As part of the Armed Services YMCA (ASYMCA) and Department of Defense (DoD) Outreach Initiative, Rome Floyd YMCA will provide military families with access to youth development, family strengthening, and health and well-being programs at the YMCA Membership fees will be underwritten by the DoD and administered through Military OneSource, an information and referral service for military families.
Through this initiative, the local YMCA association will offer short-term memberships for adults or families (one adult or single parent family with dependent children membership category or equivalent) of Deployed Guard/Reserve or a relocated spouse of Active Duty in six-month intervals (up to 18 months), not to exceed $70 per month, waive any joining fees as a form of financial assistance, waive any fees associated with on-site child watch/drop-in care services while parents are engaged in YMCA activities and allow the deploying parent to visit the YMCA for free for the 3-months prior to deployment and the 3-months following the deployment. Also, active duty assigned to an Independent Duty location are authorized in six month increments for the duration of this contract.
Who is eligible?
Title 10 personnel only, including:
• Family members of Title 10 deployed National Guard or Reservists
• Relocated family members of deployed Active Duty personnel
• Independent Duty personnel when the command is approved by their Military Service
Who is NOT eligible?
• Title 32 personnel and families
• Most regular Active Duty personnel assigned to a military installation
• New military recruits
• Military retirees and veterans
• Parents of service personnel (unless they have proof of child custody)
• Coast Guard personnel (as they are Homeland Security, not DoD)