While our focus is on strengthening military families, Armed Services YMCA Killeen empowers everyone, no matter who they are or where they’re from, by ensuring access to resources, relationships, and opportunities for all to learn, grow, and thrive.
MILITARY SUPPORT PROGRAMS
Browse programs exclusively tailored to meet the needs of military members and their families serving in the Killeen and Fort Cavazos (FKA Fort Hood) communities.
HEALTH & FITNESS PROGRAMS
From fitness classes and personal training to sports and nutritional counseling, see the full range of wellness programs that make the Armed Services YMCA Killeen more than just a gym.
CHILD CARE & CAMP
Armed Services YMCA Killeen offers drop-in care at our gym, camp opportunities, and low-cost, high-quality, State-licensed Before & After School Care for elementary students in Central Texas.
With a state-of-the-art facility, 80 free fitness classes a week, two hours of Child Watch a day, special member pricing on programs and child care, free support seminars, and a commitment to supporting military families, we are more than just a gym. We're a place for connection, empowerment, and opportunity. You belong here—join us!Learn More
We work with installation leadership to ensure a network of support for military families at Fort Cavazos and in the surrounding areas. Thanks to this collaboration, we can identify and address gaps in services that pose a hardship to service members and their families—hardships that can negatively affect mission readiness.
Operation Little Learners
Operation Little Learners is an interactive education program that offers new parents and their children ages 2-5 an opportunity to learn and grow together.
Operation Hero is a no-cost after-school program designed to help military kids who may be struggling with change get back on track at home and in school.
Emergency Food Assistance
Armed Services YMCA Killeen aids military families by providing food items in times of crisis, such as pandemics, natural disasters, or financial emergencies.
The number of times military children will be transferred by the 12th grade
The percentage of military families who feel isolated from their communities
7 in 10
The ratio of military parents struggling to access affordable, quality childcare.
The percentage of military children on free or reduced-price lunch programs.