Y Wellness Works


At the Y, strengthening community is our purpose. Strong communities don’t just happen; they’re the result of steady leadership and stewardship of strong values. That’s the Y. We make a difference by focusing on three key areas: youth development, healthy living and social responsibility. By investing in our youth, our health and our neighbors, the YMCA OF GREATER SAN ANTONIO ensures that everyone, regardless of age, income or background, has the opportunity to thrive.


The Y is proud to serve the health, fitness and wellness needs of hundreds of Y Wellness Partners, and thousands of Partner Members and their families. The Y’s doors are open to adults and families, corporations, businesses large and small, for-profit and nonprofit organizations, our US Armed Forces, institutions of learning, higher education and more. The Y would be delighted to partner with your organization in a journey toward wellness.


Y Wellness Works partnership requires a minimum of 10 membership activations forged through an informal Wellness Partner agreement.


The Y is committed to providing a safe environment and, therefore conducts regular sex offender screenings on all members, participants, and guests. If a match occurs, the Y reserves the right to cancel membership, end program participation, and remove visitation access.


• Investing in your Team will bring measurable returns and positive results
• Better Health leads to increased productivity, performance and personal satisfaction
• Improved Wellness contributes to active participation, less absenteeism, lower turnover rates and health care costs
• A Positive Attitude yields improvement in morale, mental and emotional health
• Balance can be attained through activities that support spirit, mind & body to increase vigor and aid in stress management

What Our Partners Are Saying!

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CPS Energy (3,100 Employees)

“The Y is a family-oriented organization that has been serving the San Antonio community for 141 years. They have not only provided us with preferred rates and a matching investment in our employees, but also offer programs at no cost that target health issues prevalent within CPS Energy’s employee population. Some of these programs include the Diabetes Self-Management, Diabetes Prevention and the Y-Living Program.”
- Ashley Storrie, SWWS, SCCPM, Wellness Program Manager

Farm Bureau Bank, FSB (150 Employees)

“The Y’s foundational pillars support mind, body and spirit through value-driven programs: youth development, healthy living and social responsibility, and services important to our workforce and meaningful to my own family. We are proud of our multi-faceted relationship with the Y and enjoy engagement opportunities that include health and wellness, volunteerism, charity and service to the community.”
- JohnE.Poe, SVP, Chief Risk Officer and Chief Credit Officer, YMCA of Greater San Antonio Association Board Director

H-E-B (20,000+ Employees)

“H-E-B is grateful for the partnership we share with the YMCA, a partnership that benefits both our Partners (employees) and the communities we serve. Through shared values and goals, our two organizations are working to build healthier communities throughout San Antonio.”  - Julie  Bedingfield Public Affairs, Health & Wellness

Current Partners

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  • Air Force Federal Credit Union
  • Alamo Colleges
  • Alpha Home 
  • Ambetter - My Health Pays
  • Any Baby Can*
  • Archdiocese of San Antonio
  • Architekton International
  • Avance
  • Ballet San Antonio
  • Baptist Health System & Tenet Subsidiaries
  • Bexar County
  • Big Brothers & Sisters
  • Boeing
  • Boerne ISD
  • Bridgehead I.T.
  • Broadway Bank
  • Canyon Oaks Apartments
  • Centro Med Employees*
  • Centro Med Patients
  • Cibolo Creek Municipal Authority
  • City of Boerne
  • City of Cibolo
  • City of San Antonio 
  • City of Schertz
  • CNG Engineering*
  • Comal Country
  • Comal ISD
  • Community First Medicare Advantage & Dual Special Needs
  • CPS Energy 
  • CrossPoint Inc.*
  • Department of Public Safety (DPS)*
  • Edgewood ISD
  • Edwards Aquifer Authority
  • Family Service
  • Farm Bureau Bank
  • First Baptist Church of San Antonio
  • Firstmark Credit Union (FMCU)
  • Food Related
  • Frost Bank
  • Goodwill Industries of San Antonio
  • Harlandale ISD*
  • Haven For Hope
  • H-E-B
  • Institute for Functional Health*
  • Jefferson Bank
  • JP Morgan Chase & Co.
  • Judson ISD
  • Kendall County 
  • Labatt Food Service
  • Mayor's Fitness Council Campus Mentors*
  • McClelland and Hine,(MHI)
  • MDP Management | The Exchange Building & The Eight Forty Apartments
  • Meals on Wheels San Antonio
  • Methodist Healthcare System
  • Military Initiative
  • New Braunfels ISD
  • NFL Players Association
  • North American Redemptorist Theology Residence
  • North East ISD
  • Northside ISD
  • Parallon Business Solutions
  • Pearson Educational 
  • Rackspace
  • Resolute Health Volunteer Services & Pastoral Care
  • Roosevelt High School & Cluster Schools
  • SAHA - San Antonio Housing Authority*
  • SA Youth
  • SAMMinistries
  • San Antonio Academy
  • San Antonio Christian Resource Center
  • San Antonio Food Bank
  • San Antonio ISD*
  • San Antonio LGBT Chamber of Commerce
  • San Antonio River Authority
  • San Antonio Water System (SAWS)
  • San Antonio Zoo
  • Schertz Cibolo Universal City ISD
  • Security Service Federal Credit Union(SSFCU)
  • South Texas Veterans Health Care System (VA)
  • Southwest Research Institute 
  • St. Anthony's Catholic School
  • Survivors of Fallen Soldiers*
  • SWBC
  • Texas Lutheran University Nursing
  • The Center for Health Care Services
  • The San Antonio Report
  • ThriveWell Cancer Foundation
  • Toyota Plant - TMAA Members
  • Trinity Baptist Church
  • Trinity University 
  • TruLight127 Foster & Adopt Ministries
  • United Health Group
  • University Health System
  • US Armed Forces Active Duty & Retirees
  • USAA
  • UTSA & UT Health
  • Valero*
  • VIA Metropolitan Transit
  • Windcrest United Methodist Church