About Us

Since 1961, 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 become possible.

Additionally, we provide more than 130 beds of housing for women, men, children, and people experiencing homelessness. Our housing resources include 10 locations that provide abstinence based transitional or permanent housing and emergency shelter. These locations span from downtown Yakima to the Lower Valley.

1961

First established as the Yakima Committee on Alcoholism

1981

Opened the Intensive Outpatient Program for Substance Use Disorder

1983

Opened James Oldham Treatment Center (JOTC) for Intensive Inpatient for Men

1990

Opened the first long-term residential Pregnant and Parenting Women’s program, Riel House, on Triumph’s Campus

1992

Began Triumph’s Housing program by opening the first location, Parkways Place Apartments, with four units

1999

Became a host agency for the University of Washington’s nationally recognized 3-year Parent-Child Assistant Program (PCAP)

2014

Opened Inspirations, an Intensive Inpatient Women’s program

2021

Began the Peer Support program allowing clients access to Peers, those with lived substance use experience, who serve as mentors and sources of inspiration

2022

Expanded from only offering co-occurring substance use and mental health treatment to primary standalone outpatient mental health services

Mission

To support all who desire to make changes in their health and quality of life, regardless of where they are or when they need it. We do this through evidenced-based services, innovative programs, and a legacy of family-oriented treatment options.

Vision

Through excellence, resilience and recovery,
We serve families
We unite families
We ARE family

Values

Triumph’s heart is evident in all we do. What we do matters, who we serve matters, you matter.

We strive for the highest standards, always seeking to improve the quality of our services and our relationships.

Our patients and staff represent our community. Triumph recognizes the need to be equitable in building our teams and making our services accessible. There are no closed doors at Triumph.

Triumph is built on a foundation of best practices for serving our patients, our staff, and our communities. We are accountable to this legacy through our daily work.

outpatient treatment process

About Us

Since 1961, 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 become possible.

Additionally, we provide more than 130 beds of housing for women, men, children, and people experiencing homelessness. Our housing resources include 10 locations that provide abstinence based transitional or permanent housing and emergency shelter. These locations span from downtown Yakima to the Lower Valley.