TUESDAY:

We know the way parents and caregivers protect kids may look different in the current environment as they are adapting to new scenarios. Kids may be spending more time online or in front of a screen, parents may be working from home, having financial stressors, or have had to arrange different childcare options. 

Keeping Kids Safe Online  

Keep Your Kids Safe on the Internet Webpage & One Sheet,

Sample Activity List​

WEDNESDAY:

Continue to check-in with your kids to see how they are feeling and pay attention to what they say. But remember,  silence is okay, too. Allow them to have the space they need to open up. Share the Family Code of Conduct Worksheet and Safe Adult Worksheets.

 

Family Code of Conduct Worksheet 

Who is the Trusted Adult Worksheet

Being the Trusted Adult Worksheet

THURSDAY

We know it may be difficult to keep up with what services are open during this time, but it's important to know how to respond if you need help or support and to provide resources to your community. Calling 211 for local resources.

FRIDAY:

As we Wrap-up the Five Days of Action, we encourage you to continue to use the resources from the week. Want more in-depth child protection training? The Protecting Children During a Crisis training from Darkness to Light is available online, free of charge, and in English and Spanish. 

Wow – what a week! We have shared a lot of resources to help you take it One Day at a Time. 

Reopened June 22nd

YMCA members may use our RESERVATION SYSTEM to make an appointment to use the facility.

HOURS OF OPERATION

Monday - Friday 5:45am - 7:00pm

Saturday - 7am -1pm

FACILITY HOLIDAY CLOSINGS

New Years Eve  

New Years Day

Easter Day

Memorial Day

4th of July

Labor Day  

Thanksgiving Day

Christmas Eve

Christmas Day

CLOSES @ 3PM

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ADDRESS

99 Union Street 

Middletown, CT 06457

860-347-6907

FAX: 860-343-6254