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Triumph

Where hope and new life become possible

Triumph

Where hope and new life become possible

Who we are

Triumph is a multifaceted community service provider offering a continuum of care for substance use and mental health disorder treatment. 

We serve individuals and families from across the state of Washington through intensive inpatient and long-term residential programs, intensive outpatient, outpatient, family support groups, assessment and referral, case management and housing interventions.

Congratulating Wally Lee on his retirement and 28 years of service at Triumph

Wally Lee applied for a job at Triumph 28 years ago while looking for transitional work as an accountant.  When he arrived for his interview, he waited in the lobby for an hour before he was asked to reschedule.  He left with no intention to return, but for some reason he did…and he never left.

Among many other innovations in his time at Triumph, Wally helped install the first computer systems and two electronic health record systems.  He moved from accountant to CFO to CEO and took Triumph from 30 employees and a few programs to 150 employees and an $11 million budget.  Wally has walked with Triumph through the darkest of days and he helped to secure our foundation in this state as a primary provider of behavioral health services.

As Wally enters retirement next month, he leaves behind a legacy of family values, a culture of loyalty, and a quiet reminder to pause and consider all options before making big decisions.  He is part of the core of what Triumph is and who we are together as an organization.  He is the humblest of leaders and one of the most considerate people in Yakima County.

Thank you for your service Wally.  You are forever part of our story and our legacy.

“For there is always light, if only we’re brave enough to see it.  If only we’re brave enough to be it.”

– Amanda Gorman

Triumph’s Backpacks Campaign 2021

Triumph is marking our 11th year of providing backpacks filled with basic living and survival items for people experiencing homelessness.  We invite you to help support us in making this the best year of giving we can for those in our community affected!

Success Stories

Hear the stories of real people who have triumphed over addictions.

These stories demonstrate the incredible importance of help from society in coping with addiction. As each of these brave people state, they couldn’t have done it without help and funding.

In 2019, Triumph Provided Treatment For…

Pregnant & Postpartum Women

Outpatient (Group Setting) People

Intensive inpatient people

We are Triumph

For almost 60 years, we have been responsive to both Yakima Valley and the state of Washington. We honor this culture of responsiveness by providing outpatient and residential substance use disorder and mental health treatment.  Triumph Treatment Services is where hope and new life becomes possible.

Our legacy is strong, and our programs continue to grow and keep pace with the shifting changes of our community. As we grow, some things will always remain the same—our heart for people and our steadfast belief in the possibility of a path toward health and hope.

We provide more than 130 beds of housing for women, men, children, and people experiencing homelessness. Our housing resources include 10 locations that provide both clean and sober shelter, transitional and permanent housing.  These locations span from downtown Yakima to the Lower Valley.

Become a Donor. Get Involved.

Your donation will go towards supporting our programs in many ways. You can help us build new housing communities (such as the Genesis Project), welcome baskets, maintenance needs, program support, diapers, hygiene products, food handler’s permits, and much more!

“I am surprised and overwhelmed by how my treatment program has been presented to me. The counseling team has been very professional and real.”

— JOTC Graduate

Triumph News. Join the Cause.

Keep up to date with the latest news and events surrounding Triumph.

new genesis project

Genesis Project 2021

The Genesis Children’s Center provides life-changing education and counseling to disadvantaged, underserved children. Thanks to generous contributions we have made tremendous strides. We are not done yet though. Help fund an historic project.

Learn More

Backpacks Campaign 2021

2020 was the tenth year Triumph has done the backpacks project. This past year, 300 backpacks were given to people in our community. We partnered with Rod’s House, the Union Gospel Mission, The Point in Time Count, and various other community donors and volunteers to access people in need.

Donations Needed

giving away backpacks

Triumph News. Join the Cause.

Keep up to date with the latest news and events surrounding Triumph.

new genesis project

Genesis Project 2021

The Genesis Children’s Center provides life-changing education and counseling to disadvantaged, underserved children. Thanks to generous contributions we have made tremendous strides. We are not done yet though. Help fund an historic project.

Learn More

giving away backpacks

Backpacks Campaign 2021

2020 was the ninth year Triumph has done the backpacks project. This past year, 300 backpacks were given to people in our community. We partnered with Rod’s House, the Union Gospel Mission, The Point in Time Count, and various other community donors and volunteers to access people in need.

Donations Needed

Get in Touch. Get Help.

If you or someone you know or love needs treatment, we have the program for you. Whether it’s outpatient or residential services that you need. We know how to navigate all the available payment systems and resources (Private or Public Funding). What’s more, we offer a Continuum of Care that can lead you step by step to hope and a new life!

admissions@triumphtx.org

Call Us: (509) 248-1800