Trilogy does not charge for services. We are dependent on the generosity of individuals, foundations, trusts, and grants. Please consider a gift to Trilogy to help us continue our work.
Share Your Story
If you are in recovery . . . if you are the parent or family member of someone in recovery . . . if Trilogy has touched your life . . . please send us your story (and include a photograph if you want). When we put a face and a voice to addiction and recovery, we help people understand that this is a problem that affects everyone -- our families, our friends, our neighbors, our teachers, our classmates, our bosses, our employees, our entire community. Telling our stories helps to cut through our shame and guilt as we realize we are not alone.
Our volunteers have helped to make a dream a reality. We "dreamed" of a house for Trilogy and Providence St. Mary Medical Center administrators and board members made that dream a reality. We "dreamed" of a place that was comfortable and safe and hundreds of volunteers donated thousands of hours to making the house a home. We "dreamed" of a sanctuary where youth and family members would feel safe telling their stories and now we have the Trilogy House. Trilogy owes everything to its volunteers -- we would not exist without them and we will not be able to continue our good work without their help, support, and faith in our efforts.
Spread the word
Trilogy board members, staff, and volunteers are working hard to create a model recovery community organization that will be replicated in other communities throughout our state and nation. Too many children are losing their futures and their lives to drug use/addiction; too many families are suffering in shame and in silence. It’s time to speak out about the epidemic of adolescent drug use -- recently cited by the LA Times as the #1 public health problem in our nation -- and the threat to our youth, our families, and the very fabric of our community. It’s time to support Trilogy’s efforts to prevent kids from using drugs in the first place, intervene when drugs become a problem, offer ongoing, comprehensive recovery support services to youth struggling with alcohol and other drug problems, support families, and make recovery a reality in our community and beyond.
Trilogy Recovery Community
515 W. Poplar Street
Walla Walla, WA 99362
Open by appointment