Los Angeles County YMCA

Find Los Angeles County California YMCAs. YMCAs provide information on the YMCA organization, athletic and gym facilities, classes, employment training, and housing assistance.


28th Street YMCA 1006 East 28th Street Los Angeles CA 90011 323-232-7193


59th St School Child Care Center YMCA 5939 2nd Avenue Los Angeles CA 90043 323-294-9547

70th Street Preschool YMCA 700 70th Street Long Beach CA 90805 562-634-2719

Agoura Hills YMCA 6050 Calmfield Avenue Agoura Hills CA 91301 818-889-8857

Alhambra YMCA 2001 Elm Street Alhambra CA 91803 626-300-0027

Alhambra YMCA 401 Corto Street Alhambra CA 91801 626-576-0226

Altadena YMCA 725 West Altadena Drive Altadena CA 91001 626-398-0040

Anderson Munger Family YMCA 4301 West 3rd Street Los Angeles CA 90020 213-427-9622

Antelope Valley Family YMCA 43001 10th Street West Lancaster CA 93534 661-723-9622

Antelope Valley Family YMCA 39251 10th Street West Palmdale CA 93551 661-273-1525

Association Fitness Centers- YMCA 8015 South Sepulveda Boulevard Los Angeles CA 90045 323-776-0922

Azusa Family YMCA 240 North Cerritos Avenue Azusa CA 91702 626-815-9415

Azusa YMCA 171 North Rockvale Avenue Azusa CA 91702 626-815-9415

Azusa YMCA 680 East Alosta Avenue Azusa CA 91702 626-812-8800

Baldwin Park YMCA 4100 Baldwin Park Boulevard Baldwin Park CA 91706 626-813-0102

Bellflower YMCA 9630 Mayne Street Bellflower CA 90706 562-804-1976

Bellflower YMCA 14001 Bellflower Boulevard Bellflower CA 90706 562-925-1331

Bellflower YMCA 9980 Cedar Street Bellflower CA 90706 562-925-5035

Bloch Field YMCA 1500 South Harbor Boulevard Los Angeles CA 90731 310-548-5635

Burbank Family YMCA 332 East San Jose Avenue Burbank CA 91502 818-841-6393

About YMCAs

How is the YMCA funded?

Funding for local YMCA organizations varies depending on the array of services and programs offered. Funding is generally comprised of a combination of donations from individuals and foundations, membership dues, and program fees.

What is a Y Membership?

Many local YMCA organizations offer memberships that provide access to certain facilities, such as fitness centers and swimming pools, allow for enrollment in Y programs at no additional cost, or both. Some Y organizations offer membership or program pricing on a sliding scale for low-income individuals and families.

Does the Y accept or need volunteers?

Yes, the Y does rely on volunteers to provide services. Each Y organization has its own particular needs for volunteers. Nationally, about a half million volunteers help support Y programming. Volunteers work at Y facilities help out at events, serve on committees, or serve on boards.