Advice and information

Advice and Information

  • ADAPT

    The ADAPT Substance Recovery project provides early intervention and access to recovery for anyone in Fife concerned about a growing alcohol or drug problem. ADAPT is a project run by Fife Alcohol Support Service (FASS). We offer advice, access to services and counselling for individuals and family members worried about alcohol or drugs including legal highs (New Psychoactive Substances) and prescribed medications.
    17 TOLBOOTH STREET KIRKCALDY FIFE KY1 1RW

    enquiries@fassaction.org.uk
    01592 321321
  • Ability Net (IT Can Help Scotland)

    AbilityNet supports people of any age, living with any disability or impairment to use technology to achieve their goals at home, at work and in education. We do this by providing specialist advice services, free information resources and by helping to build a more accessible digital world.
    enquiries@abilitynet.org.uk
    0800 048 7642
  • Abused Men in Scotland

    Each year hundreds of men across Scotland contact us for information or support if they have experienced or are experiencing domestic abuse. We do not judge, but we do offer practical information, guidance and casework.
    suport@amis.org.uk
    0808 800 0024
  • Addaction Fife Harm Reduction Service

    The Harm Reduction programme promotes health protection for injecting drug users and helps to reduce the risk of passing on infections to others. Addaction Fife Specialist Harm Reduction Service offers a wider range of equipment than pharmacy based exchanges and also offers a range of other services to help reduce drug related harm including: 1:1 assessment, referral and support into treatment (only if requested).
    fife@addaction.org.uk
    0800 971 9211
  • Addiction Services NHS Fife

    NHS Fife's Addiction Services offer a wide range of services including substitute opiate prescribing programs, psychological support, virus testing, harm reduction advice, groupwork, recovery programs and alcohol support. Services operate an appointment system at Cameron Hospital Windygates, Whyteman's Brae Kirkcaldy and Lynebank Hospital Dunfermline. Please click on the title above to take you to the webpage.
    01592 716446
  • Advocacy for Older People

    This service provides advocates for older people who are resident in a care home or in a community hospital. To use the service the individual must be over 65, facing a time of uncertainty, conflict or change, unable to access relevant information, in conflict with family or others or are without family or friends who are able to assist them.
    caroline@fifeforum.org.uk
    01592 643743
  • Age Concern Cupar

    Age Concern promotes the well-being and independence of older people. We provide care, support and information to older people and their carers in order to make later life a more fulfilling and enjoyable experience. Come along and enjoy 'a wee blether' or a sing-song, and take part in the many activities on offer. A team of trained staff and volunteers are on hand to help and support you. All this, plus a meal and transport to and from the sessions is included for a nominal fee
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    ageconcerncupar@btconnect.com
    01334 653597
  • Age Concern Glenrothes

    Age Concern Glenrothes promotes the well-being and independence of older people. We have two centres in Glenrothes, one at 100 Scott Road and the other in St Margaret's Church Hall in Woodside where older people can enjoy 'a wee blether' or a sing-song, and take part in the many activities on offer. All this, plus a meal and transport to and from the sessions is included for a nominal fee. Volunteers are always welcome. Please get in touch for more information.
    100 SCOTT ROAD GLENROTHES FIFE KY6 1AE

    info@ageconcernglenrothes.org
    01592 756316
  • Age UK (Scotland)

    Words matter, give us comfort, wrap us in reassurance and help us stay connected. Every year, thousands of people call Age Scotland, the national charity for older people. You can call us about absolutely anything. With Age Scotland, you are not alone. We're here to listen, provide friendship and offer support. Because words matter.
    helpline@agescotland.org.uk
    0800 12 44 222
  • Al-Anon Family Groups - Cupar

    Meeting held every Wednesday evening in St Columba's Church Hall, Lovers Lane, Cupar, KY15 5AX Help and hope for friends and families of alcoholics
    area12.picoordinator@mail.com
    0800 0086 811
  • Al-Anon Family Groups - Dunfermline

    Meetings every Thursday in St Margaret's Church Hall, Able Place, Touch, Dunfermline, KY11 4JJ at 1100hrs ALSO Meetings every Sunday in Forthview Day Room, Queen Margaret's Hospital, Dunfermline, KY12 0SU at 1930hrs Hope and help for friends and families of alcoholics
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    area12.picoordinator@mail.com
    0800 0086 811
  • Al-Anon Family Groups - Kirkcaldy

    Meetings every Tuesday at 1000hrs Fair Isle Primary School Community Room Fair Isle Road, Kirkcaldy, KY2 6EG Help and hope for friends and families of alcoholics
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    area12.picoordinator@mail.com
    0800 0086 811
  • Al-Anon Family Groups - Methil

    Meetings every Friday @ 1330hrs in Woodlands Family Nurture Centre Methilhaven Road, Methil, KY8 3LE Hope and help for friends and families of alcoholics
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    area12.picoordinator@mail.com
    0800 0086 811
  • Al-Anon Family Groups - St Andrews

    Meetings every Monday at 1900hrs All Saints Episcopal Church North Castle Street, St Andrews, KY16 9BG Help and hope for friends and families of alcoholics
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    area12.picoordinator@mail.com
    0800 0086 811
  • Alateen

    Alateen is for teenage relatives and friends of alcoholics. The group holds meetings which are attended by 12 to 17 year olds. They meet to share their experiences of having, or having had, a problem drinker in their lives to help and support each other. By attending meetings, young people gain an understanding of alcoholism and feel the benefits of realising they are not alone.
    enquiries@al-anonuk.org.uk
    020 7593 2070
  • Alcoholics Anonymous

    Alcoholics Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism. The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop drinking. There are no dues or fees for AA membership; we are self-supporting through our own contributions.
    help@aamail.org
    0800 9177 650
  • Amina Muslim Women's Resource Centre

    Amina offers a range of tailored support services on a one to one basis eg national ‘listening ear’ helpline which also offers Islamic advice through a scholar, employability guidance, befriending, as well as through peer group support eg violence against women ‘self-healing’ workshops, refugee work to support the integration of people new to Scotland. The nearest office to Fife is in Dundee.
    info@mwrc.org.uk
    01382 787 450
  • Ataxia UK

    People with ataxia deserve care, understanding and a cure. We raise funds for medical research into finding treatments and a cure for ataxia - until we do, we will give support, advice and information for anyone affected.
    helpline@ataxia.org.uk
    0845 644 0606
  • Auchmuty and Dovecot Tenants and Residents Association

    The Association aim to represent the interests of local residents, protect and improve their neighbourhoods and foster community spirit through various activities such as galas, children and family outings and community projects. They also assist with food distribution, help with housing issues and organise Christmas parties. We provide the only emergency food bank open in Fife on a Saturday we also take vouchers and open on the days that the Glenrothes food bank isn't Tuesday and a Thursday. We also help people to get furniture to get them back on their feet.
    ata_communityflat@live.co.uk
    01592 562999
  • Autism One Stop Shop (Fife)

    The Fife One Stop Shop is based in a new central location in Kirkcaldy where we offer people with autism, their families and professionals information and advice about autism as well as the kinds of support services that are available locally. Our experienced and friendly One Stop Shop team provide a confidential service offering one-to-one appointments, support and advice to access services in the community, parent groups, workshops for individuals, parents/carers, families and professionals.
    16 EAST FERGUS PLACE KIRKCALDY FIFE KY1 1XT

    fifeoss@scottishautism.org
    01592 645350
  • Autism Rocks (Fife)

    Our mission is to open a centre in Fife, where we will promote and provide understanding, acceptance, inclusion, education and offer support to children and adults with autism, their families, the wider community, health professionals and educations. We have our first centre in Buckhaven on Randolph Street. Open 3 days a week for drop in sessions from 10 till 2 . Friday evenings from 6pm till 8pm for teens/adults with autism . and every Saturday from 1030 am till 130pm.
    CHURCH HALL RANDOLPH STREET BUCKHAVEN FIFE KY8 1AT

    autismrocksfife@outlook.com
    07825869511 or 01592569438
  • Autism Spectrum Information and Support Team (ASIST)

    Our aim is to facilitate effective and inclusive learning opportunities in Fife schols which will help pupils with an Autism Spectrum Disorder to realise and achieve their full potential. Schools can request support and advice for a pupil from ASIST. The team works with schools to support pupils with autism particularly those who are presenting challenging behaviour. The team is also increasingly involved in helping schools to build their capacity and become autism friendly environments.
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    VOIP 442065
  • BRAG Enterprises Ltd

    BRAG Enterprises originally started out with an aim to improve the life chances of people within the Benarty area of Central Fife. Today, 30 years later the social enterprise now works across a much wider region helping disadvantaged communities achieve a more prosperous future.
    Crosshill Business Centre, Main Street, Crosshill, KY5 8BJ

    SusanOak@brag.co.uk
    01592 860296 (option 4)
  • Barrie Bookkeeping & Payroll Solutions Ltd

    We offer a fully personalised payroll and financial management service, which includes a service to individuals who are in receipt of direct payments (Self Directed Support) to pay for their care and support. We offer a range of services from managing payments and payroll, which includes speaking to HMRC and the pension auto enrolment to paying wages to your personal assistant or care provider. We also offer appointee ship services. We also offer business payroll, and Bookkeeping services. Check our website for more details or call us for information.
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    info@barriebookkeeping.co.uk
    01592 759001 or freephone 0800 5999353
  • Beat

    Beat is a champion, guide and friend to anyone affected by an eating disorder. As the UK’s eating disorder charity, Beat often serves as a first port of call, supporting both sufferers of eating disorders and their friends and families through their helplines and online support groups. For help and support please call 0808 801 0677 or email help@beateatingdisorders.org.uk. Helplines are open 365 days a year from 12pm–8pm during the week, and 4pm–8pm on weekends and bank holidays.
    info@beateatingdisorders.org.uk
    0300 123 3355
  • Benarty & Lochgelly Credit Union

    Think of the Credit Union like a bank. Only we are a non-profit organization, so your money doesn’t go to big bonuses for bankers but instead, it goes back to you, our members, in what is called a dividend at the end of the year. We offer a range of services such as low interest loans, white goods and foreign currency and a safe place to save your money. With absolutely no hidden charges .
    8 BENARTY SQUARE BALLINGRY FIFE KY5 8NR

    benartyc.u@btconnect.com
    01592 868800
  • Benarty Community Forum Group

    This new group is for everyone in the community of Benarty to come together and help improve the social and economic situation in the area. For further information contact Michael O'Hare , Secretary Benarty Community Forum Group
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    mohare95@yahoo.co.uk
    01592 869898
  • Benarty Heritage Preservation Group

    Benarty Heritage Preservation Group BHPG is a group of people from the Benarty area who all share a keen interest in the history of the area. We meet in Benarty Centre on Tuesday afternoons from 1 until 3 pm and you are most welcome to join us.
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  • Breathe Easy Fife

    Breathe Easy provides support groups for people in Fife living with a lung condition (and their carers). Group meetings are held in St Andrews - 3rd Monday of the month, Kirkcaldy - 3rd Thursday of the month and Dunfermline on the 4th Thursday of the month Phone or email for further details to make sure the groups are running.
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    breatheeasyfife@yahoo.com
    01333 426544
  • Bullying UK

    Bullying UK is a part of the parenting charity Family Lives and its main aims are to support the victims of bullying and raise awareness of the anti-bullying message. It does this by running a free confidential helpline that provides information, advice, guidance and support. It also provides online chat, forums and other support services to allow further discussions on any bullying issues.
    help@bullying.co.uk
    0808 800 2222
  • Cadham Library

    Conveniently located in Cadham Shopping Centre, the library provides access to a wide range of books and information as well as fun events for children and families to enjoy. Come along and find out more or check our What’s ON page.
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    cadham.library@onfife.com
    01592 583379
  • Cardenden & Kinglassie Credit Union

    Cardenden and Kinglassie Credit Union Limited is a self-help saving and loans co-operative set up for the mutual benefit of its members. It encourage members to save regularly and provide loans to members at very low rates of interest.
    18 MAIN STREET BOWHILL CARDENDEN FIFE KY5 0BJ

    martinisabella094@gmail.com
    01592 722937
  • Carers Income Maximisation Project - Citizens Advice and Rights Fife

    Here at CARF we understand how challenging things can be as a carer, from arranging day to day care provision for your loved ones, through to dealing with stressful benefit and welfare reforms. This service has been introduced in an effort to make your journey a bit easier, a helping hand from our skilled advisers who can assist with claim forms, entitlement checks, better off checks, possible tribunal representation, applying for charitable funds and onward referrals to wider carer services.
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    CIMReferral@carfonline.org.uk
    0345 1400 095
  • Carers Scotland

    Carers Scotland is a part of Carers UK and provides help to carers and professionals, with expert advice on issues such as carers' benefits, community care and services for carers. Carers Scotland also connects with carers so those that look after others do not have to feel alone. They also campaign for carers’ rights and innovate to find new ways to reach and support carers. For more details on Carers Scotland please refer to their website.
    info@carerscotland.org
    0141 445 3070
  • Carers' Representative

    Do you care for someone who is elderly and frail, who has a physical disability, learning difficulties or a mental health condition? I am Morna Fleming, the Carers' Representative appointed by Fife Carers' Centre to sit on the Integrated Joint Board for the Health & Social Care Partnership, I want to make contact with as many unpaid carers as possible, so I can represent your concerns in our discussions. I cannot promise to answer all the questions, but I can offer advice and support.
    30 MACPHERSON AVENUE DUNFERMLINE FIFE KY11 8XA

    mornafleming@talk21.com
    07720 710358
  • Charleston, Limekilns and Pattiesmuir Community Council

    Information and advice on local issues. Meetings are on the last Tuesday of each month except July and December at 7.30pm in Gellet Hall. Members of the public are encouraged to attend meetings and raise issues. Approved minutes appear on the Fife Direct web site and on the West Fife Villages website (www.westfifevillages.co.uk).
    LIMEKILNS PARISH CHURCH 8 CHURCH STREET LIMEKILNS FIFE KY11 3HT

    mrs.sue@btinternet.com
    01383 872947
  • Chest Heart and Stroke Scotland

    We are Scotland’s health charity. Helping people live longer, stronger lives. Advice Line Nurses talking Research – Advice – Support – Action Our mission is to improve the quality of life for people in Scotland affected by chest, heart and stroke illness, through medical research, influencing public policy, advice and information and support in the community
    admin@chss.org.uk
    0131 225 6963
  • Child Bereavement UK

    This charity supports families and educates professionals when a child of any age dies or is dying, or when a child is facing bereavement. Our vision is for all families to have the support they need to rebuild their lives. We are now starting to work in Fife and will work in partnership with local education, health and social care services, bereavement services and other voluntary organisations within each locality to provide training, support, supervision and information.
    0800 02 88840
  • Child Protection in Fife

    If you are worried about a child or young person speak to someone as soon as possible and tell them about your concerns. If you consider a child or young person to be in IMMEDIATE danger then call Police Scotland on 999. For non-emergency calls you can call Police Scotland on 101 or the Social Work Contact Centre on 03451 551503
    fife.childprotection@fife.gov.uk
    03451 551 503
  • Circles Network Fife

    Circles Network work with people of any age who are isolated or at risk of isolation, this organisation has ground breaking expertise in the development of Circles of Support, Independent and Collective Advocacy, Person Centred Planning and Inclusion into the mainstream of life.
    16 EAST FERGUS PLACE KIRKCALDY FIFE KY1 1XT

    info.fife@circlesnetwork.org.uk
    01592 645360 / 01592 786729
  • Citizens Advice and Rights Fife (CARF)

    Citizens Advice and Rights Fife (CARF) provides free information on a wide range of subjects. We are well known for welfare benefits and debt and money advice but also provide support to clients across a huge range of other topics that include work, consumer issues, relationship issues, housing, the law and your rights, discrimination, tax, healthcare and education. Our office is open for drop in sessions at the times advertised but you may require a specialist appointment in some circumstances. Please visit www.CABFife.org.uk for further information on our specialist services.
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    administration@carfonline.org.uk
    0345 1400 095
  • Concessionary Travel Scheme Fife

    For information about how to apply for or renew a concessionary travel pass, blue badge and use of dial a ride and ring and ride transport please visit the website by clicking on the title above.
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    Concessionary.Travel@fife.gov.uk
    01592 583370
  • Contact a Family

    Contact a Family is a national charity for families with disabled children. We provide information, advice and support. We bring families together so they can support each other. We campaign to improve their circumstances, and for their right to be included and equal in society.
    scotland.office@contact.org.uk
    08088083555 (freephone)
  • Continence Service NHS Fife

    The existing contact number of the Continence Service has changed during the pandemic. If you are registered with the service and need supplies please telephone 0345 216 0069. The number can be busy so please keep trying.
    Fife-UHB.communitycontinence@nhs.net
    0345 216 0069
  • Coronavirus (Covid19) Website NHS Fife

    Please click on the title above title to take you to a new website containing the latest information from NHS Fife and Fife’s Health and Social Care Partnership on COVID-19 and our services and hospitals during the Coronavirus outbreak.
  • Cosy Kingdom

    Cosy Kingdom is a free and impartial energy and debt advice service available to all tenants and homeowners across Fife. Our energy advisors can help you find practical and affordable ways to save energy, understand your energy bills and tariffs, advise on fuel debt and other money problems, and help with Warm Homes Discount. We can also provide free benefit checks and offer a free handy service for those eligible for free energy saving measures.
    254A HIGH STREET KIRKCALDY FIFE KY1 1LA

    info@cosykingdom.org.uk
    01592 858458
  • Covid 19 - Post Office 'Ask a Friend Cash Access Scheme'

    The Post Office have launched 'Ask a Friend Scheme 'to help those who are unable to get to the Post Office for money during the coronavirus. To nominate a Permanent Agent, please complete the ‘Permanent Agent access form’ (P6163), available from most Post Office branches or phone the number below.
    03457 22 33 44
  • Covid 19 Community Helpline Fife Council

    We can help if you needing help with food/shopping, are struggling to pay your gas/electricity bills, unable to collect medication, having difficulty paying for a funeral, need Welfare support (help with applying for Universal Credit or other benefits, managing deductions from benefits, support in applying for a Scottish Welfare fund crisis grant or other financial help). Having other financial difficulties (paying council tax, rent, household bills),feeling socially isolated unable to get out.
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    covid.communityhelpline@fife.gov.uk
    0800 052 0330
  • Covid 19 Community Response - Emergencies Fife Council

    Housing repairs, registration, statutory services (as published on Fife Council Facebook page.
    03451 550099
  • Covid 19 Community Response - Fife Housing Register Emergency Accommodation

    Monday to Friday 8am to 6pm and out of hours 08000 286 231
    03451 550 033
  • Covid 19 Community Response - Health and Well-Being Hub for Health & Social Care Employees

    A new national website for all Health and Social Care Staff. Contains video clips and information about balancing work, home life and home schooling and other very useful information to support the health and wellbeing of the workforce.
  • Covid 19 Community Response - Universal Credit Helpline

    If you are affected by coronavirus or its effect on the economy, there is a wide range of support available. These pages provide information about the changes the government has brought in to support people who are already claiming benefits, need to claim benefits, or are at risk of losing their job as a result of coronavirus.
    0800 328 5644
  • Covid 19 Community Response - Welfare Advisers

    Due to Covid-19 all job clubs in Fife are closed until further notice. For Welfare Support, Discretionary and Crisis Support please call the support worker in your area. Please click on the heading to obtain contact details for a Welfare Adviser in your area.
    Various - please refer to website
  • Covid 19 Helpline Scottish Government

    A new national helpline to provide essential assistance to those who don’t have a network of support but who are at high risk of contracting COVID-19.
    0800 111 4000
  • Covid19 Community Response - Ceres & Craigrothie

    Free IT support to people with disabilities and older people by way of online resources and free remote support from a team of trusted volunteers.
    onyourdoorstep.fife@fife.gov.uk
    0800 048 7642
  • Crossgate's Women's British Legion Club

    Royal British Legion Scotland (Legion Scotland) helps ex-services men and women of all ages across Scotland to adapt to civilian life by providing community, friendship and practical advice. Further information is available on our website
    60 MAIN STREET CROSSGATES FIFE KY4 8DA

    jwhitelaw@legionscotland.org.uk
    01383 511478
  • DEAP

    DEAP (formerly Dundee Employment and Aftercare Programme) supports residents within communities throughout Dundee, Angus and Fife to maximise their opportunities in life by giving them the skills, knowledge and support to gain employment, move into Further Education, Training, Volunteering and Independent living. Our Fife branch is located in Main Street, Lochgelly, at the Ore Valley Business Centre.
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    deapFJB@deap.co.uk
    01592 786724
  • Diabetes UK Fife

    Diabetes Scotland Voluntary Groups. There are three groups - West Fife; Central Fife and a smaller group in North Fife. Aim is to help, educate, inform and communicate with people with diabetes and their carers across Fife. Groups hold regular Open Meetings with important information for people with diabetes. Please request to be added to the mailing list.
    dukfife@gmail.com
  • Diamond Association

    Diamond Association is a long standing parent-led organisation providing information and advice, support and activities for people with special needs and their families in Dunfermline and the surrounding areas. The organisation has run the popular Diamond Disco for many years. It takes place every Friday night throughout the year in Abbeyview Community Centre from 7.00 - 9.00pm. All welcome.
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    onyourdoorstep.fife@fife.gov.uk
    01383 725719
  • Digital Skills - Collydean Community Centre

    Referral only, digital skills for job seekers. Thursday 12.00-14.00
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    info@collydeancommunitycentre.co.uk
    01592 742913
  • Digital Skills Classes Abbeyview

    Learn how to use a computer, word, job search and upload and attach documents to either sites or emails. Assistance is at hand if any queries arise. Every Monday and Wednesday 9.15 - 12.15 - For further information please contact the Tryst Centre, Abbeyview.
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    Gordon.Ruddiman@fife.gov.uk
    01383 602381
  • Digital Skills Fife

    Helping learners who are struggling with digital/IT skills with universal job matching - learners who are on job seeks allowance benefit from learning to use a computer to prevent sanctions.
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    lesley.ross@fife.gov.uk
    01592 583474
  • Disabilities Fife (formerly Fife Independent Disability Network)

    Disabilities Fife (formerly Fife Independent Disability Network) is an independent disability-led organisation and registered charity which works to improve access to services and equality of opportunity for all disabled people in Fife. Members from all over Fife come together every two months.
    enquiries@disabilitiesfife.org.uk
    01592 203993 & SMS text 07841504318
  • Disabled Persons Housing Service Fife

    We provide full independent housing information, advice and support for disabled people in Fife, assisting them to find the right housing solution that meets their needs. We can also advise you about adapting your current property no matter what type of property – rented, owned, private let, etc. Landlords can also use our service to find tenants for their specifically adapted/accessible properties. In 2017 launched our SDS Options (Fife) & Independent Living Project www.sdsoptionsfife.org.uk
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    enquiries@dphsfife.org.uk
    01592 803280
  • Downs Syndrome Scotland

    The Tayside and Fife branch of Down's Syndrome Scotland covers all members living in Fife, Angus, Perth & Kinross and the Tayside area. For further information please contact the head office in Edinburgh.
    info@dsscotland.org.uk
    0131 442 8840
  • Dunfermline Advice Hub

    The Dunfermline Advice Hub is a community resource centre, where anyone can access advice, information and support on a variety of issues.
    katie@dunfermlineadvicehub.org.uk
    01383 432483
  • Dunfermline Advocacy

    Dunfermline Advocacy provides support for Citizen Advocacy partnerships across West Fife. Citizen Advocacy matches local people with vulnerable adults in the community to provide invaluable support and friendship, giving each individual a chance to have their voice heard and represented.
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    enquiries@dunfermlineadvocacy.org
    01383 624382
  • Dunfermline Broomhead Tenants and Residents Association

    Dunfermline Broomhead Tenants and Residents Association represents the people of the Broomhead Flats in Dunfermline, Fife. The community flat allows us to carry out a range of activities and programmes relating to community/personal need and aspiration. See the Facebook page for further information on events and activities.
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  • Dunfermline Community Drop In Lunch

    The Dunfermline Community Drop In takes place in Gillespie Memorial Church every Friday lunchtime and is run by Frontline Fife. The Drop In is staffed by a group of dedicated and hardworking volunteers and is open to all.
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    01383 602388
  • Dunfermline Dads

    A place for Dads in Dunfermline to meet and play with their children every Saturday, Touch Community Centre or out and about in Dunfermline.
    DunfermlineDads@gmail.com
    07860413943 or 07879271683
  • Dunfermline Foodbank

    Dunfermline Foodbank provides food to people in crisis throughout West Fife - Benarty, Cowdenbeath, Dunfermline, Inverkeithing, and Rosyth. For address details on where we distribute food to those in need and at what times we do this, please refer to our website.
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    info@dunfermline.foodbank.org.uk
    07580 231286
  • Dunfermline Heart Support Group

    Support groups can play an important part helping people to recover from their heart condition. Our group meets weekly (Thursday) in Baldridgeburn Community Centre, Baldridgeburn Road, Dunfermline at 6.00 pm. Come and join us for relaxation and Qualified Instructed exercise in a friendly setting, information on various health topics and outings
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    secretarydhsg@ymail.com
    01383 724809
  • Dunfermline Retired Teachers

    The Dunfermline Retired Teachers Association meets once a month in the Lecture Room, Carnegie Hall, Dunfermline, on the third Thursday of the month, from September to May. There is an opportunity to have a coffee in Tiffany's from 10am and the meeting gets underway at 10.30am, usually with a guest speaker. We aim to finish by 11.45am. Membership is open to any retired teacher who lives in the Dunfermline area. We currently have about 45 members. Please visit the website for further information.
    21 SOUTH DEWAR STREET DUNFERMLINE FIFE KY12 8AR

    dunfermlineRTA@gmail.com
  • Dunfermline Toastmasters

    Dunfermline Toastmasters is a not-for-profit club which is dedicated to fostering excellence in public speaking skills for the widest possible audience. We firmly believe that the ability to speak confidently in front of an audience can lead to enhanced opportunities in terms of an individual’s social and professional life. We meet every two weeks on a Thursday evening. Membership is open to all people ages 18 and above wishing to improve their communications and leadership skills.
    Carnegie Conference Centre, Halbeath Road, Dunfermline, KY11 8DY

    info@dunfermlinetoastmasters.co.uk
  • Dyslexia Scotland Fife Branch

    Our Fife branch holds meetings open to the public across the region. We also run a Youth Group which meets at the same time. Meetings are usually held on a Thursday evening of each month during school term time. Details of meetings can be found under the Events section of Dyslexia Scotland's website. If you would like to be added to the branch mailing list, please email dyslexiafife@gmail.com
    MARKINCH TOWN HALL BETSON STREET MARKINCH FIFE KY7 6AA

    dyslexiafife@gmail.com
  • East Fife Sports Council

    The East Fife Sports Council exists to promote interest and participation in amateur sports within the boundaries of East Fife. To assist affiliated sports clubs in the organisation of their respective sport, competitions and funding to grow or extend existing club facilities. The Sports Council also encourages and promotes recreational activities where none exist and works closely with Sport Scotland for this purpose.
    secretary@eastfifesportscouncil.org.uk
    01334 829184
  • Educational Psychology Service

    Fife’s Educational Psychology Service (EPS) provide assessment, consultation and advice to schools and parents about children’s wellbeing, learning and behaviour. If you have questions in mind, please look through the materials saved on our website in the first instance where we have uploaded a range of documents and resources which may be helpful for you. If you do need any further help please get in touch.
    psychological.service@fife.gov.uk
    01592 583349
  • Employment Plus

    The Salvation Army’s Employment Plus service offers tailored support to help people become job-ready. Our aim is to help job seekers to get a job and stay in work. Operating at the heart of communities in more than 650 locations we empower individuals to overcome obstacles they face professionally and personally, and to fulfil their life ambitions. Freephone: 0800 652 4276 Email: employmentplus@salvationarmy.org.uk The local contact person for Fife is Dawn Hinton.
    dawn.hinton@salvationarmy.org.uk
    07827 037013
  • English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL)

    Fife Council ESOL (English for Speakers of Other Languages) offers English classes for people whose first language is not English. Classes available throughout Fife (Kirkcaldy, Glenrothes, Dunfermline, St Andrews, Levenmouth, East Neuk, Cowdenbeath). All levels (beginners to advanced).
    lucy.wilson@fife.gov.uk
    01334 659363
  • English for Speakers of Other Languages Collydean Glenrothes

    English for Speakers of Other Languages - Contact Collydean Community Centre for more information. Wednesday 12.45-14.45
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    info@collydeancommunitycentre.co.uk
    01592 742913
  • English for Speakers of Other Languages East Fife (ESOL East Fife)

    ESOL is English classes for speakers of other languages living in Fife. People can join a class at any time in the year. ESOL will help people speak, listen, read and write English. It teaches from Beginner English to English for exams. It can help people to integrate into or feel part of their community, access further education and find a job.
    ST ANDREWS LOCAL OFFICE ST MARYS PLACE ST ANDREWS FIFE KY16 9UY

    dominika.michalska@fife.gov.uk
    01334 659363
  • Enquire

    Enquire is the Scottish advice service for additional support for learning. If you feel a child or young person needs extra help to get the most from their learning and are unsure what to do, we can help you. We have lots of practical advice and information about the education and additional support needs system in Scotland.
    info@enquire.org.uk
    0345 123 2303
  • Fair Start Scotland

    Fair Start Scotland is a flexible employment support service to help you get ready for work and achieve your potential. We believe that everyone should have the same opportunity to access a job that is right for them no matter what their circumstances. The service will give potential participants flexibility and will take into account their personal circumstances to help them overcome any challenges they may have which may be stopping them finding a job
    UNIT 1 3 NEW ROW DUNFERMLINE FIFE KY12 7EA

    info@startscotland.scot
    0800 049 7061
  • Families Affected By Autism

    We run a Family Support Group every Saturday 12.30-3.30 at 46th Fife Scouts Hall, Wemyss Street, Cowdenbeath. Starting a new Teen and Adult Support Group 15/9/19 on Sunday’s 7-9pm. Autism friendly environment for those affected by autism and related conditions, where you can meet up with others experiencing similar conditions, try new activities, sensory therapies, life skills, get support and information. Also advice on education, coordinated support plans, health, social care.
    SCOUT HALL WEMYSS STREET COWDENBEATH FIFE KY4 8NN

    faba518@outlook.com
    07599 963719
  • Families Outside

    Families Outside is an independent charity which has been helping prisoners’ families in Scotland for over 20 years. We offer support and information to families affected by imprisonment.
    admin@familiesoutside.org.uk
    0800 254 0088
  • Family Placement Service Fostering Team

    Social Workers in the team assess people who wish to become Foster Carers and support them while they are caring for children who are accommodated by the Council because they are unable, either temporarily or permanently, to live with their own family.
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    sw.FP-FostDuty@fife.gov.uk
    01383 602235
  • Fife ABE

    Adult Basic Education Literacy Numeracy ICT Computing
    NEW CITY HOUSE 1 EDGAR STREET DUNFERMLINE FIFE KY12 7EP

    01383 602331
  • Fife Adult Protection

    If you thought a child was at risk of harm, you would do something about it. It should be no different for an adult. If your instinct tells you something isn't right, don't keep it to yourself. With one anonymous phone call to the Fife Adult Protection line the situation you're worried about will be checked out and support given, if needed.
    ROTHESAY HOUSE ROTHESAY PLACE GLENROTHES FIFE KY7 5PQ

    sw.contactctr@fife.gov.uk
    01383 602200
  • Fife Breastfeeding Mums

    Fife Breastfeeding mums drop in cafe in Kirkcaldy 191 St Clair Street every Monday morning 10am-11.30 Mums to be, Mums, Dads Grannies and Grandpas and older children all welcome. find us on Facebook www.facebook.com/Fife.Breastfeeding.Mums/
    FREE CHURCH 191 ST CLAIR STREET KIRKCALDY FIFE KY1 2BX

    cllr.Lesley.Backhouse@fife.gov.uk
    0300 1000212
  • Fife Carers Centre

    The Fife Carers Centre provides information and support to unpaid carers aged 18 years and over. The Centre offers individualised support for carers to look at their caring role, complete benefits checks, referrals to other services and links to groups and activities. Our Centre offers a place for carers to go when they need to speak to someone about how their caring role affects them. Please contact us for more information.
    157 COMMERCIAL STREET KIRKCALDY FIFE KY1 2NS

    centre@fifecarers.co.uk
    01592 205472
  • Fife Carers Emergency Cards

    Fife Carers Emergency Card identifies you as an unpaid or family carer and means that if something unforeseen should happen to you and you are suddenly unable to be there for the person you care for your emergency plan can be put into operation and the person you care for be looked after. To submit your emergency plan and apply for free Fife Carers Emergency Cards all you need to do is call Fife Carers Centre.
    157 COMMERCIAL STREET KIRKCALDY FIFE KY1 2NS

    centre@fifecarers.co.uk
    01592 205472
  • Fife Carers Group

    A lot of work is done in Fife to support carers of people with learning disabilities and autism. A carers group meets quarterly to discuss issues raised by carers. Meeting are held in Fife House and are chaired by a carer and are attended by carers and officers from Social Work and NHS Fife.
    FIFE HOUSE NORTH STREET GLENROTHES FIFE KY7 5LT

    pjhibberd@blueyonder.co.uk
  • Fife Centre for Equalities

    Fife Centre for Equalities works with partners and communities to make Fife a fair, equal and inclusive place to live, work and study. We are a local information and resource centre that helps organisations and businesses with building skills and confidence in managing equality issues; creating innovative inclusive practices; unlocking untapped talents; improving reachability and responsiveness to service users and customers. We also support individuals and communities with: dismantling societal and structural barriers; strengthening self-confidence to be themselves; building a universal voice to champion equality, diversity, inclusion and social justice.
    16 EAST FERGUS PLACE KIRKCALDY FIFE KY1 1XT

    info@centreforequalities.org.uk
    01592 645310 or text 07800005834
  • Fife Community Safety Support Service

    FCSSS is a voluntary service delivered by Sacro and funded by Fife Council. The services we offer are, practical and emotional support for people experiencing hate incidents and anti-social behaviour (including support to young people, mediation, training, attendance at Community Events, Witness Support (provided for those in civil proceedings)
    24 HILL STREET KIRKCALDY FIFE KY1 1HX

    infofifecm@sacro.org.uk
    01592 641618
  • Fife Employability and Training Consortium (Fife-ETC)

    Fife Employability and Training Consortium (Fife-ETC) aims to improve the quality of life of people in Fife by building their ability to gain and sustain meaningful employment. Offering employability courses, 1-2-1 meetings, housing advice, financial inclusion , work placements, barrier resolution, job brokerage and support.
    THOMSON HOUSE HARBOUR VIEW METHIL FIFE KY8 3RW

    fife-etc@brag.co.uk
    0333 320 2258
  • Fife Families Website

    A Fife website offering a wide range of information aimed at families with young children living in Fife.
    Claire.Jarrett@fife.gov.uk
    03451 555 555 ext 443864
  • Fife Forum

    Forums are groups of people aged 55 and over who meet on a monthly basis. They are different from many other older peoples groups in that they are action groups, rather than social groups/clubs. They campaign for better rights, services and facilities for local older people. There are a number of forums across Fife. Fife Forum also have a team of Local Area Co-ordinators who support adults and older people to make connections in their local community and access information and support if required. Please give Fife Forum a call or visit their website for further information.
    OFFICE NO 1 FRASER BUILDINGS MILLIE STREET KIRKCALDY FIFE KY1 2NL

    info@fifeforum.org.uk
    01592 643743
  • Fife Headway Group

    Fife Headway is a Fife wide registered Charity that supports people with all aspects of brain injury and provides information, support and services to survivors, their families, carers and friends. We mainly cover Leven, Glenrothes, Kirkcaldy and Lochgelly currently and meet monthly (last Tuesday of the month) mostly at the Linton Lane Centre, Kirkcaldy. Ideally we would like to set up groups in other areas and need to recruit and train volunteers. We now rent premises in Lochgelly and would like to provide daytime activities for members Check our website, give us a phone or email if you would like more information on our activities or volunteering opportunities
    LINTON LANE CENTRE LINTON LANE KIRKCALDY FIFE KY2 6LF

    fifeheadway@gmail.com
    01592 370034
  • Fife Law Centre

    Fife Law Centre offers a range of advice on complex legal issues for those who have difficulty accessing Legal Services or who cannot afford other forms of Legal Representation. The Law Centre can assist you if you have mortgage or rent arrears, an employment issue or a pending welfare benefit appeal. Fife Law Centre can provide assistance with small claims, child law, neighbour disputes and other miscellaneous issues
    ORE VALLEY BUSINESS CENTRE 93 MAIN STREET LOCHGELLY FIFE KY5 9AF

    info@fifelawcentre.co.uk
    01592 786710
  • Fife Migrants Forum

    To assist people from other countries and cultures integrate in any form that may take . To be a link between the migrant/immigrant community and local third sector and statutory organisations. Please visit our website or Facebook page for further information www.facebook.com/fife.migrants
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    info@fifemigrantsforum.org.uk
    01592 642927
  • Fife Private Rental Solutions

    Fife Private Rental Solutions (FPRS) is a re-designed service offered by Trust in Fife. We are committed to work with people who find themselves homeless, or threatened with homelessness. We provide advice and assistance to anyone interested in the private rented sector, support to identify a suitable property, requirements for starting or ending a tenancy, rent and tenancy issue resolution, mediation and referring on for financial and legal advice. Facebook@TIF.TrustinFife, twittertrustinfife
    83-85 Dunnikier Road, Kirkcaldy, KY1 2QW

    info@fprs.co.uk
    01592 201849
  • Fife Rights Forum

    Fife Rights Forum is the partnership organisation for Fife's advice and rights groups. Responsible for co-ordinating the strategic development of advice, rights and financial inclusion work in Fife. The Forum has more than 300 members and holds quarterly meetings to network, exchange information and discuss topical issues within the advice, rights and financial inclusion sector. If you are interested in becoming a member of Fife Rights Forum please contact the Co-ordinator.
    laura.mackean@fife.gov.uk
    03451 55 55 55 + Ext 460071
  • Fife Shopmobility Ltd

    Fife Shopmobility Ltd lends electric scooters and powered and manual wheelchairs to people with mobility difficulties who wish to access shopping, business and leisure facilities within town centres. We also provide a companion shopping service for people who require assistance and people with visual impairments. ALL our services are FREE of CHARGE. Parking is available at all 3 services while you are using our equipment.
    Thistle Street Car Park, Thistle Street, Kirkcaldy, KY1 1RQ

    info@shopmobilityfife.uk
    01592 803772
  • Fife Speech & Language Therapy Service- Children & Young People

    We provide information, advice and support for children and young people who are experiencing a range of communication difficulties. We also provide advice and support on our social media pages for parents/carers/professionals who would like ideas and strategies to support children and young people in their day to day lives.
    CAMERON HOSPITAL CAMERON BRIDGE CAMERON ROAD WINDYGATES FIFE KY8 5RR

    01592 226784
  • Fife Voluntary Action

    Fife Voluntary Action supports, develops and represents community groups, voluntary organisations, social enterprises and volunteering. We have around 35 staff members covering these activities across Fife, operating from our offices in Glenrothes, Cupar and Kirkcaldy. If you have any queries, concerns or difficulties then please contact us - almost all of the support we offer is provided at no cost.
    info@fva.org
    0800 389 6046
  • Flavours of Fife LGBT Youth Group

    The Flavours of Fife LGBT Youth Group runs every Wednesday from 6:00pm to 8:30pm at the Argos Youth Centre, Appin Crescent, Kirkcaldy, KY2 6EJ. The group is open to young lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people and their friends and supporters.
    ARGOS YOUTH CENTRE APPIN CRESCENT KIRKCALDY FIFE KY2 6EJ

    info@lgbtyouth.org.uk
  • Frontline Fife Homelessness Services

    We understand the importance of having a secure and safe place to live and provide a range of services to support people to live sustainably and to choose the life they aspire to. We provide advice and support with housing issues in the private and public sector, housing rights and the law, employability, mediation and advocacy and lay representation at court for rent arrears. We also provide education sessions for young people, employability support, short-term housing support as well as emergency and temporary accommodation via Fife Council's Homeless Allocations team.
    FIRST FLOOR 57-59 VIEWFORTH STREET KIRKCALDY FIFE KY1 3DJ

    info@frontlinefife.co.uk
    01592 800430
  • Furniture Plus

    Furniture Plus is the largest furniture re-use, recycling and repair organisation in Fife and has continued to grow steadily since its inception in December 2001. Our main aim is to combat poverty and social exclusion, especially homelessness, through our core business activity of re-using, recycling and repairing furniture and other household goods that may otherwise have gone to landfill, benefiting local communities, both socially and environmentally.
    7-21 ALEXANDER STREET DYSART KIRKCALDY FIFE KY1 2XX

    enquiries@furnitureplus.org.uk
    01592 654546
  • Gleneagles Conversions Ltd

    The Motability Scheme offers disabled people who receive the Higher Rate Mobility Component of the Disability Living Allowance (DLA) or War Pensioners’ Mobility Supplement (WPMS) a brand new car every 5 years. As long as you have at least 12 months’ award left on your allowance, simply exchange all or part of your higher rate mobility allowance.
    AFTER SCHOOL CLUB BONNYGATE CUPAR FIFE KY15 4LG

    info@gleneaglesconversions.co.uk
    01334 657722
  • Glenrothes Breastfeeding Group

    Glenrothes Breastfeeding Group is a local support group for breastfeeding mums
    ROTHES HALLS ROTHES SQUARE GLENROTHES FIFE KY7 5NX

    Fife-UHB.BreastfeedingSupportWorkers@nhs.net
    01592 743431
  • Glenrothes Neighbourhood Safety Group

    This is a Charity Group to promote Safety in and around the local communities of Glenrothes in partnership with Police Scotland, Scottish Fire and Rescue Service, Neighbourhood Watch Scotland and others. We meet the 3rd Wednesday of the month in Fife House starting at 6:30pm
    FIFE HOUSE NORTH STREET GLENROTHES FIFE KY7 5LT

    neighbourhoodsafetygroup@gmail.com
    01592 775465
  • Greener Kirkcaldy

    Greener Kirkcaldy is a community-led charity. We work on a local scale to benefit the community and the environment - we believe that everyone gains from being green. We give advice and support to help you reduce your fuel bills, grow or cook with seasonal local food and reduce waste. We also hold fun events, run courses and workshops, and we work with community groups and schools.
    8 East Fergus Place, Kirkcaldy, KY1 1XT

    info@greenerkirkcaldy.org.uk
    01592 858458
  • Health and Work Support

    Health and Work Support is a free and confidential NHS service for anyone living or working in Fife. This service supports people who are at work and struggling with a health issue or disability; people currently absent from work on sick leave as well as those who are unemployed due to their health and want to find employment again. Health and Work Support also help employers with guidance and advice on how to support their staff with health issues.
    0800 019 2211
  • Healthy Fife

    This site is for organisations, staff and volunteers throughout Fife who provide services and support to individuals and communities, who are interested in improving the health and wellbeing of Fifers and reducing health inequalities.
    gill.musk@fife.gov.uk
  • Help Fife Animals

    We rescue, neuter and re-home unwanted domestic pets within Fife. Our neutering policy is strict, ensuring that all puppies, kittens, adult dogs and adult cats are neutered before being re-homed.
    ANDERSON HALL 6 HIGH STREET LESLIE FIFE KY6 3DA

    fifeanimals@aol.com
    01592 620300
  • Improving Cancer Journey Service

    Cancer doesn’t just affect your physical wellbeing, it can impact on every aspect of your life and the lives of those around you. But knowing where to turn for support isn’t always easy. That’s why Fife Health & Social Care Partnership and Macmillan Cancer Support have launched the Improving Cancer Journey Service. Our Service is here to help people affected by cancer to get the support they need, whether it’s financial, emotional, medical or practical. If you are living in Fife and have been affected by cancer, our Improving the Cancer Journey Service is here to help you live as well as possible.
    NEW CITY HOUSE 1 EDGAR STREET DUNFERMLINE FIFE KY12 7EP

    Improving.CancerJourney@fife.gov.uk
    01592 578076
  • Inverkeithing Library and Heritage Centre

    The Inverkeithing Library and Heritage Centre is located in the Inverkeithing Civic Centre and has great views across the Forth. There is a large selection of local history and reference materials and it regularly holds free events for adults and children. There's also a cafe onsite with a delicious selection of cakes to enjoy when you take out your next book. For opening times or other information please refer to the website.
    INVERKEITHING LIBRARY CIVIC CENTRE 10 QUEEN STREET INVERKEITHING FIFE KY11 1PA

    inverkeithing.library@onfife.com
    01383 602471
  • Invertiel Area Tenants and Residents Association Kirkcaldy

    We work with various organisations with the aim to improve the area, the environment and the lives of people in the area. We cover Invertiel Road, Invertiel Bank, Invertiel Tce, Bridge St, Seafield View, Peebles Street, Kinghorn Road and Leslie Street in Kirkcaldy.
    2 LESLIE STREET KIRKCALDY FIFE KY1 1SX

    marlenerobertson66@yahoo.com
  • Jennie Lee Library Lochgelly

    Lochgelly Library has now moved into the newly revamped Lochgelly Centre and has a new name! It's now called the Jennie Lee Library in memory of the Lochgelly-born MP who played a key role in the foundation of the Open University. The new Centre is bigger and better than ever and our modern library is housed in a new single storey glass-fronted extension where a warm welcome awaits visitors. We hope to see you soon!
    JENNIE LEE LIBRARY LOCHGELLY CENTRE BANK STREET LOCHGELLY FIFE KY5 9RD

    lochgelly.library@fife.gov.uk
    01592 583381
  • Job Clubs (Covid 19 update)

    Due to Covid 19 all face to face job clubs in Fife are suspended until further notice. Job search reviews have been suspended for 3 months. Payment will be unaffected. Please let your DWP Coach know if you are unable to update your online journal. If you can update your journal please use the following statement "I have problems accessing the internet because of services closing down or limiting what they offer. I will try my best to keep doing my job search and the agreed activities but may have to adapt what I do according to the measures taken to address the Covid19 situation. I will try to keep my journal up to date." If you need welfare support please go to the job club website by clicking on the heading above. You will find contact details there of a Welfare Support Adviser for your area.
    Learninfife@fife.gov.uk
    01592 583659
  • Jobcentre Plus - Fife District

    Jobcentre Plus has a range of recruitment services that can help you as a jobseeker to find work. This includes advertisements for available roles, advice on getting a role and information on available training to help secure a role. Jobcentre Plus can also offer information and advice on benefits such as Jobseeker’s Allowance.
    contact-us@dwp.gsi.gov.uk
    0845 604 3719
  • Keep ON Reading with Fife Libraries

    We offer a Home Delivery Service for customers who love reading but find it difficult to use our libraries, including the mobile library service. The service is completely free and we can deliver books in standard or large print and Audio books on CD or Cassette. Whatever you love to read or listen to we will choose books to suit your needs from the latest bestseller to your favourite classics.
    homedelivery@onfife.com
    01592 583204
  • Kelty Library

    Kelty Library offers a lot more than just a brilliant selection of books! In this large and bright purpose built facility you can find a sculpture of the 'Kelty Clippie' and artwork by Jim Douglas. In the courtyard stands the statue of a miner which commemorates all miners who worked in the local pits. Books to suit all ages and interests, including on CD and in large print
    90-92 MAIN STREET KELTY FIFE KY4 0AQ

    Kelty.Library@onfife.com
    01383 602367
  • Kingdom Community Bank

    Kingdom Community Bank is a credit union. We are a local not-for-profit financial co-operative owned and controlled by our members. Our mission is to promote the financial wellbeing of people living or working in Fife. We aim to encourage good money management, saving and the responsible use of credit.
    15 LYON WAY GLENROTHES FIFE KY7 5NN

    info@kingdomcb.org.uk
    01592 758596
  • Kingdom Credit Union Ltd

    Kingdom Credit Union is a not-for-profit financial institution dedicated to serving the needs of its members. When you join a credit union, you open a share account (savings). It is called a share account because you become a part owner of the credit union upon joining. Along with opening a savings account, anyone who works or lives in fife can also apply for a loan. Contact us for more information.
    9 ALBANY GATE GLENROTHES FIFE KY7 5NP

    mainoffice@kingdomcu.org.uk
    01592 714888 or 01592 758596
  • Kinship Care Team

    Fife Council Kinship Care Team offers support, information and advice to kinship carers of children so they are better equipped to meet the needs of the children and young people in their care.
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    Kinship.EarlyYears@fife.gov.uk
    01592 583544
  • Kirkcaldy Central Library

    The library offers a wide range of books suitable for all ages and tastes and has a variety of information, learning and reference resources. Children are always welcome and there are occasional story times and activities.
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    Kirkcaldy.galleries@onfife.com
    01592 583206
  • LGBT Helpline

    We provide information and emotional support to lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people and their families, friends and supporters across Scotland. We are also here to support those questioning or wanting to discuss their sexuality or gender identity.
    helpline@lgbthealth.org.uk
    0300 123 2523
  • LGBT Youth Club Glenrothes

    The Proud LGBT Youth Group runs every Wednesday, from the Auchmuty Learning Centre. The group is open to young lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people and their friends and supporters.
    THE LEARNING CENTRE 81 ALEXANDER ROAD GLENROTHES FIFE KY7 4EF

    Shirley.crawley@fife.gov.uk
  • LGBT Youth Scotland

    Aims to empower lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender young people and the wider LGBT community so that they are embraced as full member of the Scottish family at home, school and in every community.
    info@lgbtyouth.org.uk
    0131 555 3940
  • LOST - Lee O'Brien Solvent Trust

    The Lee O'Brien Solvent Trust is the only Scottish charity dedicated to Volatile Substance Abuse, more commonly known as Solvent Abuse. Our aim is to prevent the deaths of more young people by offering education and support services to anyone affected by, or worried about Volatile Solve Abuse. We provide Family Meditation and Support. Please contact us for more information.
    UNIT 3 6 UNION STREET LEVEN FIFE KY8 4NJ

    lostofficeleven@tiscali.co.uk
    07809 330123
  • Ladybank Library

    Ladybank Library has a bright and airy atmosphere, with comfortable soft seating for you to relax in with your new book. At the library there are also online resources, free PC and internet access, basic IT skills taster sessions and a popular children’s library that hosts regular activities. Opening times are Tuesdays between 2:00pm and 7:00pm, Thursdays between 10:00am and 1:00pm and 2:00pm and 5:00pm and Fridays between 2:00pm and 5:00pm.
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    ladybank.library@onfife.com
    01334 659460
  • Learn Pro

    NHS Fife are offering carers the opportunity to make use of an e-learning system for free. Electronic (e)-learning means that you can learn at your own pace and at a time that is suitable for you. There are a range of health related topics and courses. You will need to have access to a computer and an email address to take part in the courses.
    157 COMMERCIAL STREET KIRKCALDY FIFE KY1 2NS

    Lesley.Childs@fifecarers.co.uk
    01592 205472
  • Leslie Library

    This bright, spacious community library is located at the west end of the town's main street. The library offers a wide range of books suitable for all ages and tastes and has a variety of information, learning and reference resources. Children are always welcome and there are occasional story times and activities.
    LESLIE LIBRARY 289 HIGH STREET LESLIE FIFE KY6 3AX

    leslie.library@onfife.com
    01592 583601
  • Leven Library

    Our modern and spacious community resource offers a wide range of fiction and non-fiction books for lending including large print and talking book formats. Reference, local and family history resources are available
    LEVEN LIBRARY 14-16 DURIE STREET LEVEN FIFE KY8 4HE

    leven.library@onfife.com
    01334 659373
  • Levenmouth Regeneration Initiative

    Our Mission is to represent the local communities in working towards a self-sustaining process of regeneration in order to improve our local environment for the benefit of its residents, business’ and visitors.
    BUCKHAVEN LIBRARY 3 COLLEGE STREET BUCKHAVEN FIFE KY8 1LD

    Laura.MacKean@fife.gov.uk
    01592 411265
  • Local Area Co-ordination (Fife Forum)

    Local Area Co-ordinators work alongside individuals, families and communities. They support adults and older people to maintain their independence, access information and support if required and to make community connections. Referrals can be made in person or via a friend, family member or practitioner. For more information please visit Fife Forum's website. Individuals who require support or information following or during treatment for cancer should contact the Local Area Co-ordinators in the Macmillan Improving Cancer Journey Service (also on this website).
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    info@fifeforum.org.uk
    01592 643743
  • MND Scotland Motor Neurone Disease

    Support and advice to people with motor neurone disease and their families.  Available by phone or email.
    info@mndscotland.org.uk
    0141 332 3903
  • Minority Ethnic Older People Project

    Fife Centre for Equalities have a new project running for 6 months (from August 2020) providing support to minority ethnic people aged 60 and over. Our staff are multilingual and when required we can also access appropriate interpreters. We aim to support older adults with basic needs assessments as well as support when accessing services.
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    info@centreforequalities.org.uk
    01592 645310
  • Momentum Skills Fife

    Our Voluntary Programs are designed to support people with specific support needs into sustainable employment. Our services build upon the individual’s values and aspirations, rather than them being expected to adapt to or accept what is already provided. We offer enhanced CBT based Training, Employer Support for sustaining existing staff and Tailored One to One Coaching using Neuro Linguistic Programming and Life Skills
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    rebecca.vance@momentumscotland.org
    01592 654 618
  • Multiple Sclerosis Support Groups Fife

    There are two Multiple Sclerosis (MS) support groups in Fife. The Fife Groups would like to invite you to come and join them at the Holiday Inn and meet other people affected by MS for a friendly chat in a relaxed environment. This is a great opportunity for people affected by MS to come together to socialise and get support. Kirkcaldy group meets in St Brycedale Kirk on the last Thursday of each month from 6.00-7.30pm. The Dunfermline group meets every other Wednesday at the Holiday Inn Express in Dunfermline from 6.30-8.30pm. Please feel free to contact us if you need further information. The national MS Helpline is also available to give free and confidential advice and support to anyone affected by MS. Monday-Friday 9am to 9pm. The helpline number is 0808 800 8000.
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    fife@mssociety.org.uk
    07733 616770
  • Muscular Dystrophy UK

    Information and support to people with muscular dystrophy and their families. Also a question and answer section about covid 19 on their website.
    info@musculardystrophyuk.org
    0800 652 6352
  • NHS Chronic Medication Service

    The Chronic Medication Service (CMS) is an NHS service for patients with a long-term condition. It is available at pharmacies across Scotland. A long-term condition is a health problem that is likely to last longer than a year and needs ongoing medical care, like high blood pressure or diabetes. The service is voluntary. If you have a long-term condition, you can choose whether you want to register for it.
    nss.psdhelp@nhs.net
  • Narcotics Anonymous

    Narcotics Anonymous is a non-profit fellowship or society of men and women for whom drugs had become a major problem. We are recovering addicts who meet regularly to help each other stay clean. . Anyone may join us, regardless of age, race, sexual identity, creed, religion or lack of religion. There is a meeting in Buckhaven Theatre on Tuesday nights. Please email for further information.
    meetings@ukna.org
    0300 999 1212
  • National Domestic Violence Hotline

    24-hour National Domestic Abuse Helpline.
    0808 2000 247
  • National LGBT and Domestic Abuse Helpline

    National Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Trans + Domestic Abuse Helpline.
    advice@galop.org.uk
    0800 999 5428
  • Neighbourhood Safety Group Glenrothes

    Glenrothes Community Safety Panel and Glenrothes Neighbourhood Watch have become one group, known as the Neighbourhood Safety Group. Objective of the group is to promote safety and Neighbourhood Watch in communities in and around Glenrothes. We meet on the 3rd Wednesday of the month in Fife House start 6:30pm
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    neighbourhoodsafetygroup@gmail.com
    01592 775465 (Secretary)
  • Nourish Support Group Kirkcaldy

    Nourish was founded in 2011 by 5 parents who felt there was a lack of support for families who had children with additional support needs in the Kirkcaldy area. Our aim and long term goal is to provide a Family Support Centre for those affected by disability. We offer a welcome and safe space for people to come along and feel they can relax, unwind, and unload without feeling judged and with others who are facing similar difficulties and who simply get it. Please visit the website for a list of groups and activities on offer.
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    info@nourishsupportcentre.com
  • One Parent Families Scotland

    One Parent Families Scotland is the leading charity working with single parent families in Scotland. We provide expert advice, practical support and campaign with parents to make their voices heard to change the systems, policies and attitudes that disadvantage single parent families.
    helpline@opfs.org.uk
    Helpline 0808 801 0323
  • Parent Club Family Support Directory

    Being a parent or carer isn’t always easy, and sometimes we all need some help. This directory brings together all the helpful organisations, benefits and information that support parents and carers, no matter what your situation or stage your child is at. Facebook page www.facebook.com/ParentClubScotland/
    parentclub@gov.scot
  • Parentline Scotland

    When a parent or carer calls ParentLine they will be able to access direct help from trained call-takers who can offer advice and emotional support on any issue relating to the mental health and wellbeing of a young person. The service also provides practical guidance which can be in the form of recommending more specialist services, advocacy or on-going telephone support with a named call-taker
    parentlinescotland@children1st.org.uk
    08000 28 22 33
  • Positive Pathways for Parents (Supported Employment)

    Positive Pathways for Parents is a 6 week online employment programme run by Fife Council's Supported Employment Service. It is for parents who are unemployed or have struggled to stay in work during Covid19 due to their caring responsibilities. The programme can also offer additional support and opportunities for people with a health condition or disability, lack of work experience or the confidence to move towards their work goals.
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    sw.ses@fife.gov.uk
    01592 583142
  • Purple Caffe

    An information and social activity group for children and families in Fife living with epilepsy. We meet on the first Thursday of the month in the Rothes Halls at 6.30pm as well as organising social activity events.
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    info@purplecaffefife.com
  • Quill Accounts Ltd.

    A not-for-profit company specialising in offering a payroll and payment administration service for individuals employing personal carers and/or care agencies. We provide services to Local Authorities and Direct Payment/SDS Services and are always happy to have a chat and discuss how we may be able to help new clients. We currently work with clients and support staff in many local authority areas throughout Scotland. Please give us a call or visit our website to find out what services we can offer to you.
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    info@quillaccounts.co.uk
    01337 827017
  • Rape Crisis Scotland

    Rape Crisis Scotland (RCS), is the office for the rape crisis movement in Scotland. We work with other agencies such as the police, Crown Office and health services providing training and consultancy to improve the response to those who are affected by and who perpetrate sexual violence. Through our campaigns, briefings and publications we raise awareness of sexual violence, challenge attitudes and press for legal change.
    info@rapecrisisscotland.org.uk / support@rapecrisisscotland.org.uk
    0141 331 4180 / 08088 01 03 02
  • Recovery Project (Fife), Action on Elder Abuse Scotland

    Our recovery project is an innovative means of supporting victims of elder abuse to recover from the abuse they have experienced, develop the skills and confidence to stay safe in the future. It is a structured one-to-one support service which matches victims of elder abuse with specially selected 'peer' volunteers to support them. Focusing on recovery, building resilience and self-recovery, and enabling older people to regain their independence and re-integrate into their local community
    iansloan@elderabuse.org.uk
    07464 737 157
  • Relationships Scotland Family Mediation Tayside & Fife

    We are a voluntary organisation offering Family Mediation, Counselling, Child Contact Centres and other family support services to children, young people, individuals, couples and families facing relationship difficulty, separation or divorce.
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    info@familymediationonline.co.uk
    01592 751 095
  • SDS Options (Fife)

    We are an independent self-directed support (SDS) information, advice and support service. We can help you learn more about self-directed support, consider which options(s) are right for you, identify what areas of your life you need support with, explore your outcomes and how they might be met and source other possible supports within the community if you are not eligible for self-directed support.
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    enquiries.sds@dphsfife.org.uk
    01592 803280
  • SSAFA Armed Forces Charity

    We help veterans and service personnel, and their families, in the local community and we rely on public donations to continue our work. Our commitment is to provide support with experienced, non-judgemental and friendly advice, as well as a variety of practical services which cover a range of social, family and financial issues.
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    fife@ssafa.org.uk
    01592 263714
  • Salvation Army Glenrothes

    The Salvation Army are well known for their good work and demonstrate their faith through their work in communities, particularly with marginalised and vulnerable people The Glenrothes branch welcomes people of all ages to their hall in Caskieberran Road. For more information about the work of the Salvation Army in Glenrothes and the groups and activities on offer please contact us.
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    jan.donaldson@salvationarmy.org.uk
    01592 757909
  • Salvation Army Hall Cowdenbeath

    The Salvation Army are well known for their good work particularly with marginalised and vulnerable people. The Salvation Army Hall in Cowdenbeath is home to a number of community groups including a parent and toddler group. To find out more information on the different groups that are held here, including what times they run, please refer to our website.
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    laura.barton@salvationarmy.org.uk
    01383 513384
  • Salvation Army Hall Lochgelly

    The Salvation Army are well known for their good work and demonstrate their faith through their work in communities, particularly with marginalised and vulnerable people. The Salvation Army Hall in Lochgelly is home to some community groups including the parent and toddlers group which meets on Wednesdays at 9.15am.
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    elizabeth.davies@salvationarmy.org.uk
  • Salvation Army Kirkcaldy

    The Salvation Army are well known for their good work particularly with marginalised and vulnerable people. The Salvation Army Church in Kirkcaldy is home to a number of community groups including an Age Concern coffee morning. To find out more information on the different groups that are held here, including what times they run, please refer to our website.
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    kirkcaldy@salvationarmy.org.uk
    01592 265 928
  • Scotland's Domestic Abuse and Forced Marriage Helpline

    We welcome calls from everyone. Anyone can call the Helpline. We will help you regardless of age, disability, sexual orientation, gender, nationality or background. If English is not your first language, we can speak to you through a confidential translation service. you can. Call us 24 hours a day 7 days a week on 0800 027 1234. The Helpline is staffed by specially trained workers managed by Scottish Women’s Aid.
    helpline@sdafmh.org.uk
    0800 027 1234
  • Scottish Personal Assistant Employers Network (SPAEN)

    SPAEN was set up in 1999 to help people to take active control over their care and support packages. We are a membership organisation and we support people with disabilities and / or long-term conditions or impairments to use a Direct Payment to employ Personal Assistants. We offer a range of supports and services to enable people to employ and manage their own staff. Allowing our members to take control of their care so they can receive the support they want with carers they choose.
    info@spaen.co.uk
    01698 250280
  • Scottish Veterans' Garden City Association

    The Scottish Veterans' Garden City Association is a non-profit housing Charity that provides housing for permanently disabled ex-Service men and women. This may include selected persons who have served in Her Majesty’s Forces, the British Merchant Navy, a British Police Force or a Local Authority’s Fire Brigade established in accordance with the Fire Services Act 1947.
    Admin@vhscot.org.uk
    0131 557 1188
  • Scottish Welfare Fund

    The Scottish Welfare Fund provides a safety net for vulnerable people on low incomes by providing Community Care Grants and Crisis Grants. Scottish Welfare Fund awards are not loans, so you don't need to pay it back. The grants are designed to help people who are on a low income, so you can apply even if you don’t claim benefits. Please click on the title to visit the Fife Council website for more detailed information. It is busy during Covid 19 so please be patient.
  • Self-Directed Support (SDS) Scotland

    Represent organisations supporting individuals and families to make choices about how they wish their care to be arranged and delivered. Lots of useful information on their website.
    info@sdsscotland.org.uk
    0131 475 2623
  • Self-Directed Support Open University Course

    The Open University offers a free online learning resource called 'Foundations for self-directed support in Scotland', aimed at professionals and service users alike. The course is designed to help learners understand the origins of the legislation, the principles on which it's based, and the potential for individuals to take an active role in designing, selecting and using care services.
    Scotland-sds@open.ac.uk
  • Sexual Health Clinics Fife

    Sexual Health Fife is a confidential service, working to meet the sexual, reproductive and emotional health needs of everyone who lives in Fife, regardless of: age, disability, gender/gender reassignment, marriage/civil partnership, pregnancy/maternity, race, religion/belief, sex or sexual orientation.
    emmalittle1@nhs.net
    01592 647979
  • Shelter Scotland

    Shelter Scotland is a housing and homelessness charity. We believe everyone needs a home in a place where they can thrive. We help thousands of people a year fight for their rights, get back on their feet, and find and keep a home. We also tackle the root causes of bad housing by campaigning for new laws, policies, and solutions.
    info@shelter.org.uk
    0808 800 4444
  • Sleep Scotland

    Sleep Scotland is a charity which promotes healthy sleep in children and young people through sleep awareness, sleep counselling and education. Through sleep counselling, training and developing sleep awareness, Sleep Scotland aims to give children and young people the best chance to reach their potential, becoming successful learners, confident individuals, effective contributors and responsible citizens.
    enquiries@sleepscotland.org
    0131 258 1258
  • Social Work Contact Centre Fife

    If you are looking for information on the services we provide, you can find details online by clicking the title above. If you don’t have a computer you can use one at your library or local office. There are a number of social work leaflets that provide information on specific services, how they are provided, any charges involved and eligibility criteria. You can pick these up in libraries, local offices, download them from fife.gov.uk or request one from our contact centre.
    03451 55 15 03
  • Social Work Emergency Out of Hours Service

    Fife Social Work Services have an emergency out of hours service with staff on duty between 5:00pm and 9:00am from Monday to Friday as well as day and night every weekend and public holiday. Our main role is to deal with emergency situations. This may involve assessing an older person and arranging services to help them stay in their own home, taking part in a child protection joint interview with the police or giving support and advice to foster carers to name just a few scenarios.
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    SW.ContactCtr@fife.gov.uk
    03451 550099
  • St Andrews Environmental Network

    St Andrews Environmental Network is a charity aiming to reduce the CO2 emissions and cut household bills. StandEN is involved in a range of activities aimed at reducing our carbon footprint. We can provide talks to schools, groups and club on energy efficient, a re-use scheme for small households and sustainable travel. Please contact us for more information.
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    info@standrewsenvironmental.org
    01334 659315
  • StartScotland - Collydean Community Centre

    A charity providing a range of services to help you find a job (every 2nd week). Thursday 09.00-13.30 Friday 09:00-16:00
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    info@collydeancommunitycentre.co.uk
    01592 742913
  • Stop It Now

    We are a child protection charity that believes that the key to preventing sexual abuse is awareness among parents and community members. We work to build public confidence in recognising and responding to concerns about the sexual abuse and exploitation of children. We also provide support services to individuals and their families with problematic sexual thoughts and those who may be at risk of sexual offending.
    scotland@stopitnow.org.uk
    0808 1000 9000
  • Stop Smoking Service

    The Stop Smoking Team of Fife Health and Social Care Partnership offer a friendly supportive approach throughout your quit attempt. Support is available in one to one sessions or in group settings and your advisor will: explain and discuss the FREE stop smoking products available, discuss your progress, encourage you throughout your quit attempt, offer help and advice around making healthy lifestyle choices.
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    Fife-UHB.SmokingCessation@nhs.net
    0800 025 3000
  • Taybridgehead Foodbank

    Taybridgehead Foodbank is available for anyone based in the Taybridge area who is in need of help. We are able to offer food bags to assist. Also if required we have an advocacy service giving counselling to ensure people are aware of the financial help available If you require help please contact any minister of any church in the area or the GP practise asking for either the Health Visitors, District Nurses or CPN or use the online form on the website . www.facebook.com/TFoodbank/
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    info@taybridgeheadfoodbank.org.uk
  • Terrence Higgins Trust Scotland

    We're here to provide information and advice about HIV and sexual health and offer a range of services including sexual health checks, counselling and support groups. We campaign for a world where people with HIV live healthy lives, free from prejudice and discrimination, and we promote good sexual health as a right and reality for all.
    Breckenridge House, 274 Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow, G2 3EH

    info.scotland@tht.org.uk
    0141 332 3838
  • The Butterfly Trust

    We support people living with Cystic Fibrosis in Scotland. We offer social support to the Cystic Fibrosis community. We help with things such as access to grants, benefit help (DLA, ESA, PIP) and offer expert advice to get people on the right level they deserve. Also support in employment, massage, driving & making a positive difference in the lives of people living with Cystic Fibrosis.
    info@butterflytrust.org.uk
    0131 445 5590
  • The Hub Sexual Health Service

    The Hub is a sexual health service for 12-25 year olds. It has drop-in sessions across Fife at youth friendly venues, usually alongside youth activities. The Hub offers free confidential health advice on young people's issues and provides free condoms/dams and free pregnancy testing. No appointment necessary, just turn up!
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    Gemmacrawford1@nhs.net
  • The Optician at Seescape Community Eye Care Service

    The team specialises in low vision conditions and uses scanning and 3D imaging equipment to assess your sight for everyday activities, driving and sports’ requirements. We will assess the health of your eyes through a free NHS eye test, help you choose your specs from exclusive ranges and advise you on the help that is available. All profits from The Optician go back to help the charity deliver other sight services within the community.
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    info@seescape.org.uk
    01592 646728
  • The Silver Line

    The Silver Line is a confidential, free helpline for older people open day and night all year round. Our specially trained helpline staff can offer information, friendship and advice, link callers to local groups and services, offer regular befriending calls and protect and support those who are suffering abuse and neglect.
    info@thesilverline.org.uk
    0800 4 70 80 90
  • The Well

    From November 2020 The Well will deliver its service virtually via The Well Near Me. For more information on how to use The Well Near Me, please visit the Well website. The Well is your single point of contact for all health and social care enquiries. Here you can find out information and receive general advice to help you stay well and independent within your local community. At The Well you can have a conversation about what’s important to you regarding your health and wellbeing and receive the support that best meets your needs.
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    Aleksandra.atanasova@fife.gov.uk
    03451 551500
  • Ups and Downs Support Group

    Ups and Downs Group is a Down Syndrome support organisation, supplying information, advice and support to parents, carers, families, friends and professionals throughout Fife, for children with Downs Syndrome 0-5 years. There is also Clinical appointments and health work consultations. School holiday trips for older children and siblings. We meet on the first Friday of every month
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    M.swinley@sky.com
    01333 429792
  • Veterans First Point Fife (V1P Fife)

    Have you ever served in the Armed Forces? V1P Fife is a one stop shop for veterans living in Fife. Designed by veterans and staffed by veterans. Most ex-military personnel make a smooth and successful transition to civilian life - some don't. Veterans F1rst Point is here to help you - if and when you need that extra help. We will work with you, giving the right support at the right time. We can help with a wide range of problems and issues from housing to finance to social isolation. Veterans are welcome at our community drop-ins where you can meet other veterans and our peer support workers. We also have a dedicated team of psychological therapists to provide mental health support.
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    Fife-UHB.VeteransFirstPoint@nhs.net
    01383 565393 or 01592 723840
  • WAY Widowed and Young

    WAY Widowed and Young is a peer-to peer bereavement support group for men and women who were aged 50 or under when their partner died and it is run by a network of volunteers who have been bereaved young themselves. It is for anyone married or not, with or without children whatever their sexual orientation. There is a local group in Fife, run by area contacts and when you join on the website, an area contact will get in touch to let you know what events are on in your area.
  • We Can All Do It Project ENABLE

    The We Can All Do It Project is a government funded Self Directed Support Project run by ENABLE Scotland. The team support people in Fife who have learning disabilities to get more out of life. They can also guide people with learning disabilities and their families through the self-directed support process - explaining the 4 options, providing support to complete the outcomes assessment and helping the individual to prepare their support plan. If you want to get more out of life please contact Gail or Cara.
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    sdsfife@enable.org.uk
    01592 647715
  • Welfare and Benefits

    Fife Council directs you to information about managing your benefits, help to find work and living on a budget. Please click on the title link above for further information.
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  • Winston’s Wish

    Winston's Wish is a childhood bereavement charity that provides services to bereaved children, young people and their families. We offer practical support and guidance to families, professionals and anyone concerned about a grieving child. We believe that the right support at the right time can enable young people to live with their grief and rebuild positive futures.
    info@winstonswish.org.uk
    01242 515157
  • Young Carer's Authorisation Card

    Young carers look after parents, or brothers and sisters, who are ill or have a disability which affects the whole family. The Young Carer's Authorisation Card helps young people to get support in school and shows that the person they care for has given consent to share medical information with the young carer. This allows social workers, nurses, doctors and other health staff to have discussions with young carers about the person they look after. To obtain a card please contact Fife Young Carers.
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    nina@fifeyoungcarers.co.uk
    01592 786717
  • Youth 1st

    The core purpose of Youth 1st is to act as a hub of information and resources to support Fife’s youth groups and organisations and their youth workers who enable young people to realise their full potential. Youth 1st is driven by the belief that all young people have potential.
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    admin@youth1st.co.uk
    01592 645355
  • Youth 2

    Youth 2 are a youth group for young people aged between 12 and 18 who are lesbian, Gay, bisexual, transgender or questioning. The Group is based within the Levenmouth Area with young people attending from Leven, Methil, Buckhaven, East Wemyss, Coaltown of Wemyss, Kennoway and Windygates, East Neuk and East Fife . Youth 2 meets on a Tuesday evening between 6.00pm - 8.00pm.
    lisa.hunter@fife.gov.uk
    07967 188361