History

History - triumph

Since 1961, Triumph has served Yakima County as a place where hope and new life become possible.  The program originally acted as a referral service to community resources and later grew into outpatient treatment.  Triumph has focused on substance use disorder while also addressing long-term self-sufficiency and housing needs for members of our community.

 In 1984, Triumph opened a men’s inpatient facility named James Oldham Treatment Center and in 2014, Triumph opened the women’s inpatient treatment facility, Inspirations.  In 1990, we opened Riel House, one of the first treatment centers in the nation which offered an inpatient treatment center which allowed for children to join treatment with their mothers.  Many women felt treatment was not an option as they had no safe place for their children while they were away.  Riel House is now one of 3 long-term inpatient programs for women and children offered through Triumph.  Riel House, Beth’s Place, and Casita share a campus in Yakima along with Triumph’s Therapeutic Child Care-Cottage Kids. This allows safe play for our patient’s children, along with developmental and emotional growth opportunities while their mother’s learn about recovery from substance use and mental health disorders through evidenced-based-trauma informed care practices.

In addition to addiction and mental health services, Triumph also offers housing and case management programs for the entire family.  Contact us today so we can offer you and your loved ones safe paths to health and hope.

James Oldham Treatment Center (JOTC for short):

Established in the 1980s, JOTC is a 78-bed men’s residential treatment center located in Buena, Washington.

 

Triumph Campus (Beth’s Place, Riel House and Casita):

Established in 1990, Campus is comprised of three 16-bed pregnant and parenting women’s residential treatment program.

 

Parent Child Assistance Program  (PCAP):

Established in 1991, PCAP came to be thanks to research from the University of Washington. PCAP is currently comprised of 10 regional sites across Washington state, and Triumph houses PCAP’s Yakima County office.

Housing History:

Triumph’s housing programs were formed in order to create stable, clean and sober post-treatment living options for individuals and families who are looking for a new start. Today, Triumph provides 132 units of both transitional and permanent housing across 10 facilities. Housing is one element of Triumph’s continuum of care, which offers holistic, long-term services to meet each individual’s specific recovery needs. With more than half a century of experience, Triumph and its staff hope to continue fostering a legacy of responsiveness while providing safe paths to health and hope.

Monolingual Spanish Outpatient Treatment:

Established at the beginning of 2015, This intensive outpatient program provides assessment, stabilization, individual and group counseling for people whose first language is Spanish.

Inspirations:

Established in late 2014, this 16-bed women’s residential treatment center is Triumph’s newest inpatient program. It is in close proximity to Passage House, one of Triumph’s all-women transitional housing units.