YMCA of Gloucester County


Our SACC-Before and After School Care program is designed to provide care for children while parents* are working. We emphasize the Y’s four core values in character development—caring, honesty, respect and responsibility – in every activity and interaction. Our goals for SACC are: To provide a warm, caring and safe environment under the guidance of an experienced staff. To provide each child the opportunity to develop their self-confidence and social skills. To provide developmentally appropriate activities that stimulate creativity and encourage learning through fun and discovery.

  • Our services are provided in Woodbury, Paulsboro, Wenonah and South Harrison for the 2019 – 2020 school year.
  • All schools are licensed through the State of New Jersey.
  • Financial Assistance for our SACC program is available through:
    • Rutgers Southern Regional CCR&R (State Subsidy Childcare Program)
  • Registration Fee: Each child must pay a one-time fee of $40.00.
  • Drop In Voucher: Voucher cards may be purchased at the YMCA. The cost is Full Members – $90, Program Member – $100, Non Members – $110. Each voucher grants the user 5 visits to our SACC program. Voucher cards are one per child and cannot be shared. For every visit (either AM or PM) a block must be dated and initialed. If needed for half days, 2 blocks are required to cover full care.
  • SAVE TIME, AVOID LINES & LATE FEES! On-line Registration and Automatic Payment Plans are available.
  • Multi Child Discount: 2nd child discount of $10 off monthly program fees.

*We define parent broadly to include all adults with primary responsibility of raising children, including biological parents, adoptive parents, guardians, stepparents, grandparents, or any type of parenting relationship.

2019-2020 SACC Program Fees


Is your child already enrolled in our program? Great! Payments are due by the 10th of each month. You can easily pay your monthly bill online by clicking here.



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The YMCA of Gloucester County is committed to protecting the children we serve. While we cannot eliminate all threats, we want to do what we can to ensure that the children in our care are safe. When entering the Y all members, participants and guests must have a valid picture ID which will be scanned through a national child abuse database. If a sex offender match occurs, the YMCA reserves the right to cancel membership, end program participation, and remove visitation access. We appreciate your cooperation.