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Program Overview

About our Programs

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.  Our mission is 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.

Triumph Treatment Services is where hope and new life become possible.

Women’s services for our inpatient

and PPW programs

Men’s services for our inpatient

and main facility programs

Outpatient and telehealth

service programs

Housing services and

related programs

Parent Child

Assistance program

How it Works

As people progress in their treatment, they are able to participate in a number of managed facility-based programs. These facilities range from inpatient residential short term or long term treatment programs through case managed or independent housing in graduated steps. By gradually returning to normal living, the recovery becomes integrated into a person’s life.

Many of our facilities offer housing through project-based vouchers. These vouchers require residents to maintain specific lifestyle standards as a condition of their residency. Residents using Project Based Vouchers can graduate to Tenant-Based Vouchers after successfully completing one year of the program. At this point, they can move out to the general community with additional help for housing support as well as case management.

How it Works

As people progress in their treatment, they are able to participate in a number of managed facility-based programs. These facilities range from inpatient residential short term or long term treatment programs through case managed or independent housing in graduated steps.

Many of our facilities offer housing through project-based vouchers. These vouchers require residents to maintain specific lifestyle standards as a condition of their residency.

Residents using Project Based Vouchers can graduate to Tenant-Based Vouchers after successfully completing one year of the program. At this point, they can move out to the general community with additional help for housing support as well as case management.

By gradually returning to normal living, the recovery becomes integrated into a person’s life. Here are some of the facilities that serve as stepping stones on the road to recovery.