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Offering Safe Paths to Health and Hope

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ince 1961, Triumph Treatment Services has provided multifaceted human services with a mission to be responsive to the chemical dependency needs of Yakima and the state of Washington. Specifically, the agency provides resources and services for individuals and families experiencing chemical dependency, homelessness and poverty.

The agency started as one small drug and alcoholism treatment center. Eventually, Casita del Rio opened in Kennewick, Wash., about 80 miles southeast of Yakima.

Over the past 53 years, Triumph’s programs have expanded and shifted to meet the community’s needs. Today, the agency is comprised of various targeted programs, which encompass inpatient and outpatient treatment, homelessness services, family planning services, transitional/permanent housing and beyond. The programs, in order of establishment, are:

James Oldham Treatment Center (JOTC for short): Established in the 1980s, JOTC is a 78-bed men’s residential treatment center located in Buena, Wash.

Triumph Campus (Beth’s Place, Riel House and Casita): Established in 1990, Campus is comprised of three 16-bed pregnant and parenting women’s residential treatment program.

Parent-Child Assistance Program (P-CAP): Established in 1991, P-CAP came to be thanks to research from the University of Washington. P-CAP is currently comprised of 10 regional sites across Washington state, and Triumph houses P-CAP’s Yakima County office.
Inspirations: Established in late 2014, this 16-bed women’s residential treatment center is Triumph’s newest inpatient program. It is in close proximity to Passage House, one of Triumph’s all-women transitional housing units.

Monolingual Spanish Outpatient Treatment: Established at the beginning of 2015, This intensive outpatient program provides assessment, stabilization, individual and group counseling for people whose first language is Spanish.
Triumph’s housing programs were formed in order to create stable, clean and sober post-treatment living options for individuals and families who are looking for a new start. Today, Triumph provides 132 units of both transitional and permanent housing across 10 facilities. Housing is one element of Triumph’s continuum of care, which offers holistic, long-term services to meet each individual’s specific recovery needs. With more than half century of experience, Triumph and its staff hope to continue fostering a legacy of responsiveness while providing safe paths to health and hope.
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