Find connections. Find community. Find your Y.

To be our best selves, we need to take care of our whole selves. Which is why you’ll find more than just a place to work out at the Y.

As a member, you’ll enjoy program discounts and early sign up access, giving your family even more ways to learn, grow, and thrive. From fitness classes and swim lessons for all ages, to sports and enrichment programs for youth, we’ve got something for everyone!

Join Briscoe Family YMCA

Join Rite-Hite Family YMCA

Not ready to join? Take a tour! Let our Briscoe Family YMCA Wellness Center or Rite-Hite Family YMCA staff know that you’re interested in learning more about our programs and facilities.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Are there ways to save on my membership?

Yes! When you join the Y with a friend, you each receive 20% off your monthly dues for as long as you both remain active members. Learn more about our Better Together discount, refer a friend, and start saving!

You can also check with your employer to see if your company provides a discount/reimbursement through the Y. If they do, please complete an employment verification form.

Q: How can I make changes to my account once I have joined online?

It’s easy to update your contact information, schedule payments, change billing information, and check monthly usage online. Visit our Manage My Account page to learn more.

Q: When will I get my membership cards?

Stop by any YMCA of Metropolitan Milwaukee location with your ID and we’ll take your picture and issue you a membership card. It’s a great opportunity to register for your free Fit Path appointment, too!

Q: How can I get my child (under the age of 18) their own membership?

We offer a youth membership for children under the age of 18 and older than 10. Parents/guardians will create an account for themselves (or use existing account) and add their child to the account. Select our “Youth” membership option and follow prompts.

PLEASE NOTE: The Y imposes a service fee of 3% on card transactions and 1% on ACH transactions, which is not greater than our cost of acceptance.