Triumph has provided housing for individuals and families recovering from addiction since 1992. We provide case management and work in partnership with other local agencies in order to offer the most robust services and housing opportunities to our clients. Stable housing gives our patients the first step they need to start on the road to hope and healing.

We offer many different types of housing programs, covering all types of needs:

  • Transitional
  • Short-term
  • Long-term
  • Emergency

Each type of program provides housing for:

  • Single adults
  • Families
  • Pregnant women and mothers

Our housing programs link together as a Continuum of Care so there is always a housing option to meet your specific needs as you move through our programs.

(509) 248-1800


Tenant Information

Email housing@triumphtx.org or call (509) 248-1800 for more information.

** Upon moving into our housing facilities, a $500 refundable deposit is required at the time of occupancy.

Rent is due on the first of every month. If a payment is late or is not paid in full by the 5th, a late fee of $25 will be charged on the 6th of every month plus $5 per day for every day late.

Housing Department Location: 122 S 3rd St. Yakima WA, 98901

Hear from our Housing Program Manager, Sophia Sanabria

Permanent Housing


Permanent clean and sober housing for individuals/couples. There are 49 furnished studio apartments with kitchenettes. Community room and handicap rooms available. All utilities are included.

  • Studio Apartment $429.00
  • 1 Bedroom Apartment $499.00

Beckett House:

Pre-Recovery House for 7 male individuals (shared room) rent is based on income (30%). All utilities are included.

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Transitional Housing

Yakima and Toppenish Family Housing

This transitional case managed clean and sober housing provides homeless families with children under 18 a place to live and includes a housing and support services coordinator. There are currently 2 buildings in Yakima with a total of 5 units and one building in Toppenish with 3 units.

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Parkway Place Apartments

Parkway Place Apartments offers transitional housing for women and children. The facility offers safe, clean and sober housing for pregnant and parenting women and their children in recovery from alcoholism and drug addiction.

This second step facility assists women who have completed primary treatment to maintain recovery and learn the skills they need to be nurturing parents and become financially self-sufficient.

There is an onsite manager and residents participate in case management. Basic home furnishings are supplied as needed. Stove, refrigerator, and beds are included.

My Brother’s House (Women or Men with Children)

My Brother’s House provides case-managed transition housing for individuals with families who have maintained their clean and sober status and are working a program of recovery.

There are 3 units for pregnant or parenting women and 6 units for homeless families with children.

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Passage House (Women with Children)

Passage House is transitional housing for pregnant and/or parenting women and their children.

It is a community living facility which has 15 rooms an onsite manager and housing case management

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Sage House

Sage House (Women with Children)

Sage House is transitional housing for pregnant and/or parenting women and their children.

It is a community living facility which has 10 rooms an onsite manager and housing case management.

Emergency Family Shelter

The purpose is to prevent homelessness, or for those already homeless to quickly work with the families to re-house them in safe, secure and affordable housing. We provide temporary (28 days) shelter for families with children under the age of 18 and/or families that include a pregnant woman.

We provide intensive case management to work with the families to ensure that they are receiving all the assistance they are eligible to receive through community resources.

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See what our patients are saying

“I like living at Beckett House, I was there when it opened, now I have a place to sleep and cook a meal, take a warm shower, and we all get along with the neighbors. Everything is close to our house; I can catch the bus and go anywhere. It’s my home.” – DC

“Beckett House is my home, I feel proud of it. We all work together to keep it nice. We have a place to receive visitors and we are able to cook fresh/warm meal. Before Beckett House we were living in a dump, now I have clean clothes and fresh bedding”. -AJ

“I had nowhere else to go, didn’t have a place to sleep. Now I share a room and have a safe place to call home. I enjoy living there and sharing the house with my new friends.” –  LA