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WELCOME TO TRIUMPH HEALTHCARE

Triumph healthcare is a World-class residential mental health facility that is founded on the principles of compassion and empathy. We offer proven, new and innovative mental health treatment in a luxury environment to adults suffering from chronic or serious psychiatric diseases. We base our philosophy on a “West-meets-East” supportive treatment approach that blends the best of Eastern practices with modern Western science. Our refreshing residential psychiatric health facilities are designed to restore our clients into a lifetime of healthy habits.

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You are not alone

19.1

of U.S. adults experienced mental illness in 2018 (47.6 million people). This represents 1 in 5 adults.

5

of U.S. adults experienced serious mental illness in 2018 (11.4 million people). This represents 1 in 25 adults.

17

of U.S. youth aged 6-17 experienced a mental health disorder in 2016 (7.7 million people)

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of U.S. adults experienced a co-occurring substance use disorder and mental illness in 2018 (9.2 million people)

Triumph Healthcare is committed to providing the highest quality of mental health treatment facilities for adults suffering from mental, emotional, and neuropsychiatric disorders.

Peace of Mind

Advance Therapies at our facility

Peace of Mind

Our Clinical Staff

Dr Alex Alva

Dr Alex Alva

Medical Director

Marcee Patrick

Marcee Patrick

Program Director

Health Insurance Accepted

Triumph Healthcare is known to be a World-class residential mental health facility. We are accredited by JCHO and licensed by State of California, and approved by all major health insurance companies. At Triumph Healthcare we accept a wide variety of different insurance plans. Quick and fast response upon submission of insurance form.

Peace of Mind

Understanding your Brain

1. Perception (Parietal Lobe)

The Parietal Lobe governs our ability to see, hear, or become aware of something through the senses. Most mental illnesses will affect perceptive ability in a myriad of ways.

3. Executive Functions

Executive function and self-regulation skills depend on three types of brain function: working memory, mental flexibility, and self-control. These functions are highly interrelated, and the successful application of these skills requires them to operate in coordination with each other.

Issues here can affect everything from how a person interacts with other people to their ability to learn and work. A common cause of executive function problems is ADHD, but other causes can include dementia, depression, schizophrenia, autism, and traumatic injuries to the brain.

5. Temporal Region

The areas on the underside of the brain connect to Memory, Understanding, and Language Construction. Most mental disorders are also communication disorders, as brain functioning declines in this area, making it more difficult for a patient to describe how and what they are feeling, and why.

7. Cerebellar Function

The cerebellum receives information from the sensory systems, the spinal cord, and other parts of the brain and then regulates motor movements. The cerebellum coordinates voluntary movements such as posture, balance, coordination, and speech, resulting in smooth and balanced muscular activity.

Sensory Cortex

Prefrontal Cortex

Olfactory Function

Temporal Region

Spinal Function

Cerebellar Function

Occipital Function

Perception

2. Sensation and Movement

The Sensory Cortex defines the mind/body connection, as all cortical areas here are linked with sensory functions. This is the section of the cerebral cortex which is responsible for receiving and interpreting sensory information from different parts of the body. Many mental illnesses feature symptoms that disrupt these communication centers.

4. Olfactory Function

The ability to smell is a window into parts of the brain related to core functions, like pleasure, emotion, and memory. Some of the areas the olfactory bulb transmits signals that are related to thinking and memory.

6. Spinal Function

The brain stem connects the brain with the spinal cord. Like the brain, the spinal cord is covered by the meninges and cushioned by cerebrospinal fluid. Spinal nerves connect the brain with the nerves in most parts of the body. The spine often tells a neurological story of the emotional patterns recorded in the brain and transmitted throughout one’s postures.

8. Occipital Function

Connects Visual Field(s) to all other Brain Functions

The occipital lobe is the visual processing area of the brain. It is associated with visuospatial processing, distance and depth perception, color determination, object and face recognition, and memory formation.

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