ADA Compliance Policy

The YMCA of the Triangle is committed to its role in providing equal opportunity and access to any individual.

YMCA of the Triangle does not discriminate against any individual, including individuals with diabetes, on the basis of a disability or on the basis of any individual’s association or relationship with an individual with a disability in the full and equal enjoyment of the goods, services, facilities, privileges, advantages, or accommodations offered at any of its locations. The YMCA of the Triangle will make reasonable modifications for individuals with diabetes or other disability upon request from them or, if the disabled individual is a child, from the child's parent or guardian, unless such a request amounts to a fundamental alteration of the relevant program (i.e., child care, camps, before and after school programs, classes and recreational programs).  The provision of reasonable modifications is not limited to urgent, non-routine situations, and YMCA of the Triangle will make individualized determinations based on the specific facts of each request and will not apply a general prohibition against providing particular types of reasonable modifications. 

If you have questions about ADA accommodations at the YMCA, please email our ADA Officer for assistance. The ADA Compliance Officer will contact you within three business days.