YMCA PROGRAMS FOR ASSISTANCE
During this public health crisis, the YMCA of South Florida offers key programs for assistance:
YMCA Health Navigation Program – This program is designed to connect vulnerable populations and seniors to clinical (tele doctors, tele medicine, access to medication, mental health, etc.) and community resources. Assistance is provided remotely via FaceTime or virtually or over the phone.
To learn more about the program, watch video: YMCA Health Navigation Program
YMCA PEARLS – An evidence-based depression self-management program for seniors. It’s provided remotely via FaceTime or virtually or over the phone.
YMCA HOTLINE – A Community Hotline has been established to handle incoming calls for assistance. The HOTLINE is 754-312-4150, or submit your inquiry via the form below.
YMCA RESOURCE PACKET – A resource packet is available to help address your needs. It will be updated as new resources are identified and can be downloaded.
YMCA EMERGENCY RELIEF FUND PROGRAM – This program offers food and helps with other basic needs for seniors, families, and other vulnerable populations during crisis in Broward and Miami-Dade Counties – apply today through the HOTLINE. While funds remain available. Food distributions will be scheduled regularly and posted on our website once our facilities are able to open and are operational. Please check our website for updates or when these will be scheduled.
Assistance available in English, Spanish or Kreyol.
● Para ayuda en español, llama a: 954-826-2444
● Pou ed nan Kreyol tanpri rele: 954-826-8122
● Email: [email protected]
Please contact us by filling out the form below. One of our staff members will reach out to you.
If you have questions about your membership, please contact:
The YMCA of South Florida would like to thank our funders for supporting our efforts to help the South Florida community during this public health crisis.