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11
JUN
2018

Open House/Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

Triumph Held their open house tour of the  new building, and Ribbon Cutting Ceremony on June 8th 2018. Here are some pictures from the event.  
30
MAY
2018

Neighbors Make the Difference Day 2018

Triumph contributed in Key Banks’s “Neighbors Make the Difference Day 2018”. Here are some pictures from that day.
11
MAY
2018

May is Mental Health Awareness Month

    One in 5 Americans is affected by mental health conditions. Stigma is toxic to their mental health because it creates an environment of shame, fear and silence that prevents many people from seeking help and treatment. The perception of mental illness won’t change...
20
APR
2018

We have a new home!

Triumph Treatment  Center has a new home! We moved our headquarters and CDAC facility to a new and larger location to provide more and better services to the community! Our new location at 120 S 3rd St. will house our administrative services as well as outpatient treatment,...
09
MAR
2018

March Is Problem Gambling Awareness Month

March is Problem Gambling Awareness Month National Problem Gambling Awareness Month is an effort that brings together a wide range of people – public health organizations, advocacy groups and gambling operators – who work collaboratively to let people know that hope and help...
06
MAR
2018

Caroline Sundquist

Caroline has served on the Board of Directors for 15 years. She worked for 6 years for memorial Hospital, first in the gift shop and then event planning and fundraising for Memorial Foundation. Her husband Craig was on the board prior to her joining and was asked by her friend...
06
MAR
2018

Robert Chavez

Robert is a 43-year resident of the Yakima valley and has been with the board of directors for over 20 years. He is a retired counselor from Yakima Valley College. He volunteers when he can and works closely with Mt. Hope Baptist Church as a Deacon. He got Involved with Triumph...
08
FEB
2018

Pam Root

Pam has served on the Board of Directors for over 25 years. She is a retired Professor Emerita at Heritage University. Triumph was there for her when she’s needed help and now she’s doing her part in helping Triumph be available to others. As an educator, she knows how...
08
FEB
2018

Rigoberto Dominguez

Rigoberto is a 13-year resident of the Yakima Valley and has been with the Board of Directors for 2 years. His career includes a Case Manager, Chemical Dependency Counselor & Hospital Chaplain Rigoberto has been in recovery for 18 years and got involved with Triumph because...
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