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Integrated Behavioral Health

 

Triumph’s Behavioral Health Services

Three quarters of people in substance use treatment also have mental health needs. This is why Triumph has added mental health services to our substance use treatment programs. By caring for the entire person—mind, body, and spirit—our approach allows for individualized care proven to aid recovery.

Triumph’s mental health services help patients learn how to manage anxiety, form healthy relationships, and deal with stressful situations. These crucial skills serve patients for years to come, helping them to avoid relapse and move forward with health and hope.

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How it’s done

Patients in long-term women’s programs have access to mental health assessments and recommendations. If needed, mental health treatment can include therapy and/or medication prescribed by a psychiatric nurse.

Patients can continue to use Triumph’s mental health services after transitioning to outpatient care.

How it’s done

Nestled in the orchards of the lower Yakima Valley, JOTC has been helping adult men find a path toward health and hope since 1984. We bring to life the values of the program’s namesake, James Oldham, and Triumph as a whole: that every person deserves a chance to get treatment and find hope. JOTC strives to improve the behavioral, emotional, and overall health of men who are looking for a clean and sober life.

What are co-occuring disorders and how are

they related to addiction?

A substance use disorder often comes with a co-occurring mental health component. Sometimes, a mental health condition can be the root cause of substance use disorders. The common issues we see are:

      • Depression
      • Anxiety
      • Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)

When a problem like this is recognized, the most proven treatment is integrated care. By treating the whole person, Triumph is able to help patients heal through both their substance use and the underlying mental health condition. This approach gives patients the best chance at living substance-free for the rest of their lives.

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What are co-occuring disorders and how are they related to addiction?

co-disorders triumph

A substance use disorder often comes with a co-occurring mental health component. Sometimes, a mental health condition can be the root cause of substance use disorders. The common issues we see are:

    • Depression
    • Anxiety
    • Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)

When a problem like this is recognized, the most proven treatment is integrated care. By treating the whole person, Triumph is able to help patients heal through both their substance use and the underlying mental health condition. This approach gives patients the best chance at living substance-free for the rest of their lives.

As our programs grow, we continue to add more therapists and licensed counselors to help improve treatment for patients.

We are committed to providing the most

effective and complete treatment for our patients

Mental health is going to become more prevalent in the process of substance use treatment. We are going to see patients being treated not only for their substance use, but also for mental health concerns that may be a contributing factor.

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We are committed to providing the most effective and complete treatment for our patients

co-disorders triumph