About Legacy Foundation Chris-Town YMCA

The Legacy Foundation Chris-Town YMCA was constructed in 1983 with a rich history of serving our community and surrounding communities with programs and activities that help further health and well-being. The Legacy Foundation Chris-Town YMCA provides programs and services that promote four core values: caring, honesty, respect, responsibility. These programs include: child care, youth sports, swimming, camping, gymnastics, teen, family and senior adult programs, health and fitness, and volunteerism, with many opportunities.

The Legacy Foundation Chris-Town YMCA is proud to partner with Mountain Park Community Health Center to offer an onsite pediatric medical and dental clinic. A WIC and financial eligibility specialist is available at the clinic to ensure affordability for those who lack insurance or are underinsured. A grant from the Delta Dental of Arizona Foundation provides support for preventive dental care education and outreach as well as financial assistance for children who may lack adequate coverage. The clinic entrance is located on the north side of the YMCA building facing Solano Park. Clinic hours are Monday: 8:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m. and Tuesday – Friday: 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. For more information or to schedule an appointment, please call (602) 243-7277. For more information about financial assistance for pediatric preventive dental care through the YMCA, call Jared Kittelson, Executive Director Legacy Chris-Town YMCA, 602-433-6333, jkittelson@vosymca.org.

The staff is amazing! They treat you like family! Such hard working and caring staff that give everything to make the YMCA an integral part of the community!

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Y Fun Fact

Professional Football began at the YMCA during 1895 in Latrobe, Pennsylvania when John Brailer was paid $10 + expenses by the local YMCA to replace the injured quarterback on their American football team.