Welcome to Triumph

Where hope and new life become possible

Outpatient Mental Health

Individuals can learn how to manage emotions, form healhty relationships, and deal with stressful situations with mental health professionals

Men’s Services

James Oldham Treatment Center (JOTC) serves as an inpatient facility with co-occuring substance use and mental health treatment

Women’s Services

Offering inpatient treatment for women or long-term residential treatment for pregnant or parenting women

Outpatient Substance Use Disorder

Outpatient group setting and 1×1 treatment in person or telehealth for clients resuming a healthy life


Case-managed emergency, transitional, or permanent housing services for those on their recovery journey

Parent-Child Assistance Program

Helping mothers access services, achieve and maintain recovery, and create a healthy family environment

About Us

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 inpatient and long-term residential programs, outpatient, family support groups, assessment and referral, case management, and housing interventions.


M-Th: 8am – 6pm

F: 8am – 5pm


120 S 3rd St, Yakima WA, 98901





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.

We are Triumph

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.

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!

Getting Started

How do I get started?

Please call (509)248-1800 to get set up with an assessment or diagnostic evaluation. Depending on your assessment status, one of our trained staff members will recommend you to an appropriate program.

Can I afford treatment?

We have public, private, and low-income assistance. No one will be denied services based on their inability to pay.

How long does the process usually take?

Assessment availability, open beds, and treatment duration vary. Assessments can be completed in approximately 2 hours. The results appointment is scheduled for approximately 7 days following the original assessment date. Triumph’s Outpatient program accepts walk-in substance use disorder assessments Monday-Thursday from 9-5pm and Fridays from 9-3pm at 120 S 3rd St. Yakima WA, 98901. Upon completing an assessment, an individual will be referred to an appropriate level of care to support their needs. 

Who do I call for questions about treatment?

If you have specific questions about treatment or availability, please call our admissions team at 509-204-3098

News & Articles

PNWU OT & Triumph
PNWU OT & Triumph

Occupational Therapy Students Gain Hands-On ExperienceCassidy Leslie (left), Triumph IIP Clincial Director, poses with PNWU students and Dr. Jennifer Pitonyak (right)The Pacific Northwest University of Health Sciences (PNWU) School of Occupational Therapy has recently...

Yakima Valley Farm Worker’s Clinic & Triumph
Yakima Valley Farm Worker’s Clinic & Triumph

More Than a Check-Up...Alma Rodriguez, a public health nurse at Yakima Valley Farm Worker's Clinic, works with women and children on Triumph's Campus. Yakima Valley Farm Workers Clinic (YVFWC) is one of the Pacific Northwest's largest community health centers,...

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M-Th: 8am – 6pm

F: 8am – 5pm


120 S 3rd St, Yakima WA, 98901