Expansion of Inpatient Services is Underway
Triumph staff pose in front of the soon to be expanded Inspirations women’s facility
In 2024, Triumph will expand access to co-occurring Substance Use Disorder (SUD) and mental health treatment beds at our Inspirations women’s facility after being awarded capital funds from the State of Washington in the 2023-2025 state budget. Once complete, the first part of this two-phase expansion project at Inspirations will include 32 co-occurring beds and the second phase (not yet scheduled) will expand the facility to a total of 48 beds. This expansion will help address the severe shortage of SUD facilities across the state. The new Inspirations facility will include increased space for client recreation, including an outdoor and garden area, and all new facilities including a lecture hall, group room, medical area, and dorms (with window seats!). This is the first of a long-term plan to upgrade and improve many of Triumph’s aging facilities, and we are excited to be able to serve more clients over time
Triumph accepts patients from all 39 counties in Washington state. The expansion and modernization of the center for our women’s intensive treatment program, known as Inspirations, will increase the number of women served from 190 to more than 600 per year.
The expansion of treatment services for substance use disorder and mental health issues will help save lives. According to the Washington State Department of Health, overdose deaths increased 66 percent in Washington state between 2019 and 2022.
As of mid-December, the last Triumph client at Inspirations graduated and all previous tenants at Passage House have transitioned to a new home. We are nearly ready for the construction of Phase 1 to begin! This is an exciting opportunity for all of us, as the Triumph team, but also for our clients. We will be able to serve more people with a brand-new facility that is designed and built for what we do. We are very grateful to our elected leaders in the 14th Legislative District for their championing of this project, including Senator Curtis King, Representative Chris Corry, and Representative Gina Mosbrucker.
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