This complex operates in several different locations: one in Bydgoski Park, one at ul. Wloclawska in the District of Czerniewice, and the last one at ul. Tramwajowa. All the buildings used by the Treatment Centre must be adjusted to the requirements of the Polish law, including those set forth in the ordinance of the Minister of Health, dated 26th June 2012, concerning the requirements to be met by the rooms and equipment in a health care institution, in the technical and sanitary aspects (Journal of Laws 2012, item 739).
KPIM Sp. z o.o. has been ordered to carry out necessary investments, in the scope of modernising the buildings, in accordance with the requirements of the Minister of Health, as part of the Programme for the Development and Modernisation Investments. Negotiations to select a variant of the concept for the reconstructing and modernising of the facilities constituting the Provincial Addiction and Co-addiction Treatment Centre in Torun are currently in progress.
The Centre has been in operation since 2001. During the 12 years of its operation, the institution has largely expanded its scope of activities, by adding therapies for various types of addictions (alcohol, drugs, or computers), as well as providing assistance to violence victims and perpetrators, and supporting the families of addicted patients. The Centre has implemented comprehensive therapy programmes, and has experienced and highly qualified personnel.
In an effort to embrace social needs, the Provincial Addiction and Co-addiction Treatment Centre has taken steps to establish a Therapy and Treatment Ward for Addicted Women, including pregnant women, and to create a Centre for Education and Training. Currently, the 24h Withdrawal Treatment Ward with Detoxification Ward has only 10 beds for women.
Being part of the Programme for the Development and Modernisation Investments for Provincial Hospitals is a great opportunity for the Provincial Addiction and Co-addiction Treatment Centre, as it will have a chance to meet the planned goals by 2016, according to the ministerial ordinance.