New Genesis Project

We are expanding the Cottage Kids Children’s Center, but we need your help! Help fund a historic project to provide life-changing education and counseling to disadvantaged, undeserved children.

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Triumph is a multifaceted community service provider offering a continuum of care for substance use and mental health disorder treatment.  We serve individuals and families from across the state of Washington through Intensive Inpatient and long-term residential programs, Intensive Outpatient, Outpatient, Family support groups, assessment and referral, case management and housing interventions.

There Are No Closed Doors at Triumph

Triumph also addresses the recovery needs of a diverse population of individuals with or without medical insurance. Please spend time on our website to discover what we have to offer you and your loved ones.

Success Stories

Hear the stories of real people who have triumphed over addictions. 

These stories demonstrate the incredible importance of help from society in coping with addiction. As each of these brave people state, they couldn’t have done it without help and funding.

In 2019, Triumph Provided Treatment For…

Pregnant & Postpartum Women

Outpatient (Group Setting) People

Intensive inpatient people

Where Hope and New Life Become Possible

Our legacy is strong, and our programs continue to grow and keep pace with the shifting changes of our community. As we grow, some things will always remain the same—our heart for people and our steadfast belief in the possibility of a path toward health and hope.

We provide more than 130 beds of housing for women, men, children, and people experiencing homelessness. Our housing resources include 10 locations that provide both clean and sober shelter, transitional and permanent housing.  These locations span from downtown Yakima to the Lower Valley.

Our Mission

For almost 60 years, 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 becomes possible.

Become a Donor. Get Involved.

Your donation will go towards supporting our programs in many ways. You can help us build new housing communities (such as the Genesis Project coming up), welcome baskets, maintenance needs, program suppor, diapers, hygiene products, food handler’s permits, and much more!

JOTC Graduate:

“I am surprised and overwhelmed by how my treatment program has been presented to me. The counseling team very professional and real.” 

Parenting and Children's Graduate:

“I learned everything all over again and a lot more. I’m a better parent today and I’m still learning more and more every day.” 

Inspirations Program Graduate:

“[Inspirations is] the best thing that ever happened in my life.”

Triumph News. Join the Cause.

new genesis project

New Genesis Project

We are expanding the Cottage Kids Children’s Center, but we need your help! Help fund a historic project to provide life-changing education and counseling to disadvantaged, underserved children.

Donated: $3,500,000

Goal: $4,500,000

giving away backpacks

Giving Back … Packs

2019 was the ninth year Triumph has done the backpacks project. This past year, 250 backpacks were given to people in our community. We partnered with Rod’s House, the Union Gospel Mission, The Point in Time Count, and various other community donors and volunteers to access people in need.

Donations Needed

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June is PTSD Awareness Month

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May is Mental Health Awareness Month

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Housing Department Donations

Thank you to Yakima Valley Community Foundation and Women for Women of Yakima! We asked for supplies for the Housing Department, and both of...

$800,000 Grant Will Fund Additional Child Care

$800,000 grant will fund additional child care spots at Triumph Treatment Services in YakimaWe were recently featured in the Yakima Herald....

Get in Touch. Get Help.

Remember there are no closed doors at Triumph! If you or someone you know or love needs treatment, we have the program for you. Whether it’s outpatient, or residential services that you need. We know how to navigate all the available payment systems and resources (Private or Public Funding). What’s more, we offer a Continuum of Care that can lead you step by step to hope and a new life!

Call Us: (509) 248-1800

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