Triumph reopens Beth’s Place to provide needed intensive inpatient services to women

On Oct 17th 2022, Kevin Moreau, Director of Residential Operations, and Ashleigh Cooper, Program Manager, cut the ribbon to signify the opening of Beth’s Place.

On Monday, Oct 17th, we re-opened Beth’s Place as an intensive inpatient treatment facility for women.

Named after Beth Dannhardt, the former Executive Director at Triumph, Beth’s Place is located on Triumph’s Campus, the home of the Pregnant and Parenting Women’s program and the new Genesis Building that will feature an outpatient mental health clinic one complete.

Triumph is meeting the state-wide need for increased access to intensive inpatient programs for women with substance use disorder (SUD). Beth’s place closed at the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic and its opening will allow patients access to both Substance Use Disorder and mental health services.

Jolene Seda, Triumph CEO, welcomed everyone to the event and Leah Batty-Hibbs, Triumph CCO, gave a wonderful overview of Triumph and its services. This was followed by Ashleigh Cooper, Program Manager, and Kevin Moreau, Director of Residential Operations, talking a little more about Beth’s Place and the journey to get where they are today. The ribbon cutting was concluded with a wonderful guest speaker, Jessica Espinoza, a past patient at Beth’s Place who shared her story to hope and new life.

Please check out the interviews with NBC, the Yakima Herald article, and/or the NBC Right Now article!

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