Triumph Treatment Services, Yakima, Washington
Yakima, WA, 98901
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Triumph Treatment Services Overview
Located in the city of Yakima, Washington, Triumph Treatment Services is a treatment organization which provides chemical dependency and mental health treatment programs to adult men, women, homeless persons, and pregnant women in the Yakima County and Washington state area. The center has provided human services for more than five decades and provides help to families and persons suffering from poverty and homelessness. The center, which was established in 19661, was originally a small substance abuse treatment facility but has now expanded its programs to meet the needs of the community. The organization offers sober housing facilities in about 10 locations stretching from Yakima to the Lower Valley and also provides various levels of patient care including gender-specific inpatient programs and outpatient programs. Permanent/transitional housing is also made available and families in need of support may be given access to the family planning services. The organization’s Casita House location in Yakima offers long-term treatment services to mothers and pregnant women. This is achieved through the Parent-Child Assistance Program (P-CAP) which was established in 1991 and provides home visitation services intervention services to pregnant women looking to overcome chemical dependency. The organization also offers a hygiene center which is open 5 days per week.
Accommodation & Food
The center offers treatment services for mothers at Beth’s Place, Riel House, and the Casita House. All three programs located not far away from each other and offer distinct treatments, with Casita and Beth’s Place designed to offer women Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT). All three locations have mental health counselors on-site although Riel House’s services are specially tailored to assist women dealing with co-occurring mental health issues. The houses are cottage-like and clients are housed differently. Women at Casita hare rooms with their children or other clients and bedrooms are equipped and furnished with bathrooms, dressers, twin beds, and a bedside table.
Meals are served thrice daily by the chef on-site and residents are also provided with snacks.
Treatment & Therapy
The center offers some treatment and therapy services depending on the unique needs of the client. Some of these are:
- Treatment Options
- Inpatient treatment
- Outpatient treatment
- Housing Services
The center offers separate inpatient programs for men (James Oldham Treatment Center) and women and both programs utilize proven research-based treatment methods. The men’s program, which lasts for about 30 days, uses individualized and 12-step based treatment Model and offers medication-assisted treatment. The inpatient program for pregnant women and mothers also utilizes the 12-step model, a family focus program, and therapeutic child care services.
The organization offers outpatient treatment is designed for persons who can receive professional help with chemical dependency issues while staying at home or going to work. Treatment is provided in a group setting and clients may receive counseling, assessment, and relapse prevention services.
The following are a list of conditions treated at the facility:
- Chemical dependency
- Mental health issues
The facility offers various options of therapy which include:
- Individual counseling
- Group counseling
- Art therapy
- Family counseling
- Anger management
- Seeking safety groups
Triumph Treatment Services costs differ based on the type of treatment and level of care a client requires. The facility operates on a sliding scale basis, which means that payment for treatment is calculated based on the household income of the patient. Medicaid insurance plans, self-pay rates, and private insurance are accepted as well. Clients are advised to contact the facility for more information on payment, insurance verification, admission, and more.
The facility programs and services are licensed and certified by the Department of Health (DOH) and the Department of Behavioral Health (DBHR).
Triumph Treatment Services Advantages
After completion of a primary residential treatment, clients are offered transitional housing facilities. This serves as a bonus service the facility offers after treatment and such facilities have different focuses. Some of these facilities include My Brother’s House, six units available for homeless families with children and three units for parenting or pregnant women, the Parkway Place Apartments, which offers case management, and the Passage House, which is a facility for women and children only. The facility being a very large one, it is important for clients interested to properly research the kind of care needed and find out how this treatment is offered.
In entirety, the facility offers multiple programs, comprehensive and otherwise, to help clients suffering from mental health and substance abuse issues. The facility clearly considers family to be a top priority as seen in most of its offered programs (Casita Program), and this service is one of the benefits that attract clients to the organization. Clients seeking a facility with a strong emphasis on family and focused 12-step care will find Triumph Treatment Services to be a good choice.
First Vice Chairman
Pam used to work at Heritage University as a Professor Emerita but is now retired. Being a survivor herself, the facility helped her in her time of need and as such, is passionate about helping other individuals through the facility. She has served on the board for over 25 years and understands the importance of family stability for kids in programs.
Prior to joining the board, her husband, Craig, served on the board. She has served on the board for over 15 years and prior to that, served at different capacities at different organizations such as the Memorial Hospital for six years, where she served in both fundraising committees and event planning committees.
Carolyn has over 42 years of experience working as an educator (she is retired) and in these years, saw the damage and effects of substance abuse and mental health issues brought to families. Having experienced it herself when addiction affected her family, she understood the struggle on a personal level and as such, is passionate about providing support to individuals with such struggles as well.