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Branch Info
4433 Northfield Road Warrensville Heights, OH 44128
Branch Hours
Today's hours: 8am - 3pm

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Why Choose the YMCA?

The YMCA isn’t your typical gym. Not only do our locations offer fitness centers with first-rate amenities, but the Y takes the next step, serving as a family-friendly community center too. Unlike your standard gym, we are a non-profit cause-driven organization, committed to strengthening communities. We achieve this through camps, afterschool programs, substance abuse treatment, and more.  

The Warrensville Heights Family YMCA offers a swimming pool, community garden, child watch, personal training, fitness center, and so much more. Interested in becoming a member? Join today! 

Amenities at this location

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Adaptive programs
Virtual Gaming
Teen programs
Swim lessons
Strength/cardio equipment
Personal training
Adult enrichment programs
Indoor swimming pool
Hot tub
Group exercise classes
Day camp
Community health
Child watch
Youth enrichment
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Female YMCA staff in blue shirts teaching children
Y Stories

Teens learn life skills when they work at the YMCA

In a recent analysis conducted by the Pew Research Center, utilizing data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, it was revealed that over six million teenagers across the United States—representing 36.6% of the teen population—were engaged in paid employment, marking the highest rate observed since 2008.
Angela Matthews
Y Stories

Donor Spotlight: Angela Matthews

In 2022, Angela Matthews, Senior Vice President of Gaming and Corporate Operations at JACK Entertainment, joined the advisory board of the Warrensville Heights YMCA. A native of Las Vegas, Angela found herself in a new workplace and a new community upon her arrival to Cleveland.
Y Staff and older member grabbing weights for exercise class
Y Stories

March 26 is Diabetes Alert Day: Are you at risk?

The sooner you know if you’re at risk for diabetes, the sooner you can take steps to prevent it. If you have a family history of diabetes, are overweight or are not physically active, you have a greater chance of developing type 2 diabetes. You are also more likely to develop type 2 diabetes as you get older. All adults age 35 or older should get tested for diabetes and prediabetes.