Care and support

Care and Support

  • ACS Care at Home

    ACS Care at home provide care and support across the whole of Fife. The service we provide is tailored to the needs of the client. If you would like more information regarding ACS Care at Home and how we can meet your needs, simply contact one of our Care Co-ordinators.
    BENORE CARE CENTRE LOCHLEVEN ROAD LOCHORE FIFE KY5 8HU

    coordinator@acscot.care
    01592 862164
  • ARK Housing Association

    ARK provides care and support services to people who require assistance to live as valued and contributing members of their community. This can mean anything from a few hours per week to an intensive 24 hour service.
    30A QUEEN ANNE STREET DUNFERMLINE FIFE KY12 7AY

    01334 477967
  • Abbeyfield House

    Abbeyfield House Residential Care Home is a beautiful Victorian house with a modern extension. 24 hour care, 7 days per week. Please use the website's online form for enquiries or ring the home directly for further information. Overnight short breaks can be arranged subject to bed availability.
    ABBEYFIELD HOUSE 55 MELDRUM ROAD KIRKCALDY FIFE KY2 5HY

    kdyabbeyadmin@aol.com
    01592 205491
  • Abbeyview Day Centre

    We aim to provide care, support, mental and physical activity, and companionship for older people who would otherwise be unable to leave their home. We also aim to support family carers - mainly through the service we provide for older people, but also through a monthly carers' support group for those who are interested.
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    info@abbeyviewdaycentre.co.uk
    01383 621738
  • Abbotsford Tayside View Nursing Home (Newburgh)

    Our residents are our priority and offering a varied selection of activities and social events is important to ensuring a quality of well-being. The staff teams provide the support from in-house parties to day outings and holidays away near or far.
    ABBOTSFORD NURSING HOME 21 GARDENS ROAD NEWBURGH FIFE KY14 6BZ

    01337 841184
  • Aberlour Options - Fife

    Aberlour Childcare Trust offers outreach support and residential short breaks to Fife families of children with learning disabilities up to the age of 18 years. Services include day-care, specialist play-schemes during school holidays, after school service during term-time, help for families in their own homes, help for children at school, parenting advice, emergency, short notice care and activities clubs for young people.
    75 WILMINGTON DRIVE GLENROTHES FIFE KY7 6UU

    options.fife@aberlour.org.uk
    (01592) 744636
  • Acasa Care

    Acasa Care arrange support to enable a return to home after illness or provide extra help to ensure that someone can remain at home as their circumstances change. We provide services primarily in Fife, Tayside and the surrounding areas. This includes services related to personal care, care at home, community care, domestic help, community support, home help, 24hour care, housework, cleaning, laundry, transport, respite care, help with pets and other options.
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    info@acasacare.co.uk
    01337 827730
  • Adam House Nursing Home

    Adam House Nursing home is a purpose built care centre situated in the centre of Dysart in Kirkcaldy. Adam House provides a care service to frail older people, older people with dementia and up to 11 places for younger adults under the age of 65 with a range of care needs including Huntington’s Disease, brain injury, stroke and early onset dementia. Overnight short breaks can be arranged subject to bed availability.
    HARBOUR CARE NURSING HOME 91C HIGH STREET DYSART FIFE KY1 2UQ

    veronica@enhancescotland.com
    01592-650800
  • Adoption Team

    The Adoption Team is part of the Family Placement Service. We recruit, assess, approve and support Adopters and we undertake Section 19 Adoption reports. We offer Adoption Counselling to adopted adults and post adoption support to adoptive families. We also offer advice and support to birth parents who are considering relinquishing their baby. The Adoption Team provide a duty service Monday - Friday 9am to 5pm strong.
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    SW.FP-AdoptDuty@fife.gov.uk
    03451 55 55 55 ext. 471074
  • 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
  • Ageless Companions Ltd

    Ageless Companions are compassionate about people and understand that people experience loneliness and isolation. We can support those who require companionship within their own home environment and accompany them on their choice of social outings and appointments. We also understand how demanding the caring role of a family member/unpaid carer can be, so by supporting their loved one for a few hours a week, a well needed break from their caring role is achieved. Through good conversations with the individual, family members and any other relevant parties, outcomes are identified and support is agree. As every individual is different we are aware that the need for support varies, which is reflected in the dedicated Service we provide, offering the best person centred support to the individual. For further information and prices, please contact us via Facebook, email or telephone. Facebook www.facebook.com/companions2019/
    West Bridge Mill, Bridge Street, Kirkcaldy, KY1 1TE

    enquiries.agelesscompanions@outlook.com
    01592 396326 or 07728 596126
  • Airlie Cancer Care Group

    Support group for recently diagnosed cancer patients and their families. Come along for an informal chat, cup of tea/coffee and a catch up with others. We have various organisation attend also and so far we have had Move More, Macmillan Nurses coming along to one of our sessions. We are holding these at present within Airlie Medical Practice, Ajax Way, Methil the last Monday of each month at 2.00 p.m.
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    tracysimpson1@nhs.net
    01333 426083
  • Alexander House Nursing Home

    Alexander House Nursing Home in Crossgates is owned by Kingdom Homes. All 40 bedrooms enjoy en-suite toilet and shower facilities. Round the clock respite care is available for as long as you need us or for just one night subject to bed availability. In the event that emergency care is required, we will identify a place within one of our care homes without delay to take the worry and stress out of the situation. We have 4 double rooms in each of our homes where we can accommodate couples.
    ALEXANDER HOUSE MAIN STREET CROSSGATES FIFE KY4 8DF

    alexander.reception@kingdomhomesltd.co.uk
    01383 518080
  • Allied Healthcare

    Allied Healthcare is a national Care Provider organisation with an office in Grangemouth serving the West of Fife and Dunfermline. We provide care at home, respite, companion care, live in care, elderly care, nursing care and re-ablement. We provide packages of care across Fife.
    dunfermline@alliedhealthcare.com
    01383 620577
  • Apex Scotland (Fife Services)

    Apex Scotland’s work is about reducing re-offending, promoting desistance, tackling deprivation and making communities safer. In all that we do, we make best use of our resources to bring lasting value to individuals and society. Information re Fife Service can be found on the website or by contacting the Alloa Office.
    admin@apexscotland.org.uk
    01592-643284
  • Arden House

    Arden House provides day care to elderly and Dementia service users over 6 days per week. We also have a befriending service that allows our support worker to work 1:1 in the persons own home. Arden offers a varied programme of activities and light exercise all which help to stimulate the wellbeing of the service users. We aim try to maintain skills and tailor programmes that will benefit our service users. Arden also provides small respite breaks to carers along with a carers craft group.
    ARDEN HOUSE COMMERCIAL ROAD LEVEN FIFE KY8 4QX

    ardenhp@googlemail.com
    01333 303210
  • Arran House Residential Care Home

    Arran House Residential Care Home provides care for adults with learning disabilities. It provides accommodation for a maximum of 11 residents and operates as an independent social care unit with separate and individually tailored care programmes. Overnight short breaks can be arranged subject to bed availability.
    11 HENDRIE LANE EAST WEMYSS FIFE KY1 4NZ

    arranhouse@abbotsford-care.co.uk
    01592 587 008
  • Assisted Services

    Assisted Services provides a wide range of care solutions to individuals and families who need care and support within their own homes, enabling them to preserve their independence and dignity. We provide personal care, complex care, overnight care, companionship, palliative care, hospital discharge care assistance, carer respite, hospital escorts, shopping Service and a cleaning service.
    info@assisted-services.co.uk
    01592 775261
  • Auchtermairnie Residential Care Home

    Auchtermairnie Care Home is situated by Kennoway. It is owned by Fairfield Care Scotland. It is our main aim to provide a caring comfortable and homely environment for mature ladies and gentlemen in which any needs/requirements are met, but most of all that you feel at home at all times. We believe that it is extremely important that each of our residents are treated with respect and dignity. Overnight short breaks subject to bed availability.
    AUCHTERMAIRNIE CARE HOME C32 FROM NEWTON OF KINGSDALE FARM ACCESS ROAD TO LANGSIDE DRIVE KENNOWAY FIFE KY8 5SF

    Auchtermairnie@fairfieldcarescotland.co.uk
     01333 352560 
  • Autism Assistance Dogs

    Our assistance dogs support adults and children with a range of disabilities and also children with autism. We train activity and therapy dogs to work with specialist handlers in communities and schools. Our PAWS Family Dog team gives advice and support to help people get the most out of their relationship with their pet dog.
    info@dogsforgood.org
    01295 252600
  • 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
  • Avenue Care Service

    Our Care service offers you support in your own home by providing personal care and practical help. We provide assistance with getting up, dressing, undressing, going to bed, personal hygiene such as going to the toilet, washing and shaving. Household tasks will also be carried out such as bed-making, laundry and some housework. Meals can also be prepared, cooked and assistance offered with feeding if necessary. Our workers will also collect pensions, go shopping and pay bills.
    enquiries@avenuecareservices.co.uk
    (01383) 326401
  • Balfarg Nursing Home

    Owned by HC-One Ltd, Balfarg Care Home in Glenrothes offers residential, nursing, residential dementia and nursing dementia care. We believe that each resident is a unique, special and deserving person. Our individual care, nursing and support focuses on a person's life history, created around their current strengths and abilities
    balfarg@hc-one.co.uk
    01592 620258
  • Balnacarron Care Home

    Run by The Kind Care Company, Balnacarron is a friendly care home in St Andrews offering residential and residential dementia care. Our Little Break stays are designed for older people who would benefit from spending a week or two in a homely environment where they can feel safe in the knowledge that care is on hand 24-hours a day.
    BALNACARRON HOUSE 116 HEPBURN GARDENS ST ANDREWS FIFE KY16 9LT

    balnacarron@hc-one.co.uk
    01334 474221
  • Bandrum Nursing Home

    Round the clock nursing care for your loved ones in a beautiful purpose built home, sitting on 19 acres of land located near Dunfermline. We've got four specialist units, staffed by registered nurses and experienced care staff for residents' safety. Young Physically Disabled Unit, Young Independent Unit, Elderly Frail Unit and Dementia Unit. Please get in touch for further information. Respite can be arranged subject to bed availability.
    BANDRUM NURSING HOME B913 FROM BONHARD ROAD CARNOCK TO WESTER BANDRUM ACCESS ROAD COWSTRANDBURN SALINE FIFE KY12 9HR

    info@bandrum.co.uk
    01383 851030
  • Barnardo's Child and Family Support Services

    Barnardo's Children's Services (Fife) is part of Barnardo's Scotland and has been providing services to children and families in Fife for over 13 years. Please read the "What we do" section on our website to find out more about the services we offer to children, young people and families within Fife.
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    fifeservices@barnardos.org.uk
    01592 651482
  • Barony Housing

    Barony Housing provides a range of flexible, responsive and high quality services, defined by the people who use them, which can be accessed when they are needed. These include housing accommodation and landlord services, care and support to enable people to live independently in their own home and services and support to enable active community involvement.
    411-417 HIGH STREET KIRKCALDY FIFE KY1 2SG

    questions@baronyha.org.uk
    0345 140 7777
  • Bayview Nursing Home

    Bayview in Methil is part of the Abbotsford Group. It has been purpose built on one level with small intimate units for twelve residents. We have a wealth of outdoor space to get residents involved in things like the outer patio area and vegetable patch. We encourage positive social interaction with all our residents and ensure that their choice is what matters. Overnight short breaks can be arranged subject to bed availability.
    methil@abbotsford-care.co.uk
    01333 425 946
  • Befriending Service Age Concern

    The befriending service at Age Concern Glenrothes provides opportunities for socially isolated older people to engage with a befriender to participate in their chosen interest or activities within a supportive and friendly environment.
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    julie@ageconcernglenrothes.org
    01592 756316
  • Befriending Service East Neuk

    The East Neuk Befriending Service matches people of 65+ years of age who live alone and have very few or no visitors with a befriender. The befriender visits on a regular basis to provide friendship with the aim of improving the older person's quality of life. Please contact Ruby Urlotti Befriending Co-ordinator for further information.
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    enproject@btinternt.com
    01333 311837
  • Befriending Service Fife Carers Centre

    Fife Carers Centre Befriending Project aims to reduce isolation of carers. Trained volunteers are matched with identified carers to develop confidence and help them become more involved in their community by identifying community resources for carers to access and supporting them to do so. For further information please contact Helen Honore at Fife Carers Centre.
    157 COMMERCIAL STREET KIRKCALDY FIFE KY1 2NS

    helen.mcfadden@fifecarers.co.uk
    01592 205472
  • Befriending Service Fife Voluntary Action

    Fife Voluntary Action Befriending Project offer trained short term befrienders for adults living in Fife who are challenged socially due to disability, mental health, bereavement, retirement or geography.
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    stephen@fifevoluntaryaction.org.uk
    01592 760723
  • Befriending Service RealLiving

    RealLiving provides a volunteer befriending service in West Fife to reduce isolation of older people, improve their social networks and enhance 1:1 support for one another. The focus is on those experiencing physical or mental frailty. Volunteers welcome.
    West Bridge Mill, Bridge Street, Kirkcaldy, KY1 1TE

    enquiries@linkliving.org.uk
    07921 040757
  • Benarty Foodbank

    A Food Bank voucher will provide three days of emergency food supplies and the agencies providing the vouchers include, Citizens Advice Fife, Fife Council , Local Services Offices, Frontline Fife, Health Visitors, Home Start, the Scottish Welfare Fund Team and the Council Housing Department The foodbank is located in Crosshill Business Centre . Food parcels distribution Mon, Wed, Fri 16:00 to 18:00. We have other outlets in Cowdenbeath, Dunfermline, Inverkeithing and Rosyth. See our website for opening times.
    Crosshill Business Centre, Main Street, Crosshill, KY5 8BJ

    info@dunfermline.foodbank.org.uk
    07580 231286
  • Benarty View Nursing Home

    Benarty View Nursing Home in Kelty provides individualised residential care, dementia care, nursing care and end of life care. Respite care, or short-stay care, means someone can stay at Benarty View Care Home whether they need residential, nursing or dementia care - for shorter periods of time: days or weeks rather than months. Respite care is also suitable for those recovering from illness or a hospital stay.
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    benarty.view@fshc.co.uk
    01383 441791
  • Benore Care Home

    Benore Care Home is situate between Ballingry and Lochore. It comprises of 40 single bedrooms all with en-suite and shower over two floors. The rooms are spacious, decorated to a very high standard and extremely well furnished and equipped. If you are interested in more details regarding one of Avondale Care Scotland's Care Homes, please don't hesitate to contact them directly. Overnight short breaks can be arranged subject to bed availability.
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    mgrbenore@acscot.care
    01592 862130
  • Bethany Christian Trust

    We’re passionate about transforming lives. Our services focus on preventing homelessness as well as alleviating the suffering of people who are homeless. Housing Support Fife offers a support service to vulnerable adults living in their own tenancies in the Levenmouth area, Glenrothes and Kirkcaldy. The service can be used by any vulnerable adults – single men and women, and families who have been formally referred by agencies.
    213-217 WELLESLEY ROAD METHIL FIFE KY8 3BN

    info@bethanychristiantrust.com
    01333 305367
  • Blue Star St Andrews Ltd

    Blue Star is a small family business based in St Andrews, Fife offering bespoke cleaning and home-help services to both private and commercial customers. We do not believe in a one-size fits all approach and do not like the idea of holding our customers to ransom with a tying long term contract. Services include general clearning, companionship, outings, shopping, light meal preparation and more.
    56A LARGO ROAD ST ANDREWS FIFE KY16 8RP

    bluestarstandrews@outlook.com
    07565 849015
  • Brightside Community Cafe

    Brightside Community Café opened in April 2017 at Bandrum Nursing Home, West Fife and is open Wed/Thurs/Fri/Sat 11am to 3pm for food and refreshments. Their Befriending project is looking to recruit volunteers who will be fully trained then matched with residents. For information please contact Michelle Graham.
    BANDRUM NURSING HOME B913 FROM BONHARD ROAD CARNOCK TO WESTER BANDRUM ACCESS ROAD COWSTRANDBURN SALINE FIFE KY12 9HR

    info@brightsidecommunitycafe.org.uk
    01383 851030
  • British Red Cross Hardship Fund (Covid19)

    Hardship Fund to give cash grants to the poorest people facing financial problems because of the pandemic. These may be families living below the poverty line, those fleeing domestic violence, people seeking asylum or homeless people staying in temporary accommodation. People get special cash cards preloaded with either a one-off payment of £120 or a grant of £120 each month for three months. The cards can be used online or in shops, or people can withdraw up to £35 from a cash machine.
    contactus@redcross.org.uk
    0808 196 3651
  • British Red Cross Medical Loan

    We provide short-term loans of mobility aids to people in need, including wheelchairs, commodes, walking sticks and frames
    ST ANDREWS COMMUNITY HOSPITAL AND HEALTH CENTRE LARGO ROAD ST ANDREWS FIFE KY16 8AR

    01592 770459
  • Burntisland Foodbank

    Solid Rock Cafe Burntisland - Tuesdays 10.30 - 12.30 and Fridays 12.00 - 2.00
  • CLOCK Street Pastors

    Street pastors are trained volunteers from local churches and we care about our community. We patrol from 7.00 pm to Midnight at weekends, or during the day from noon till 4pm on school days, and Saturday evenings on the train stations and trains in Cowdenbeath, Kelty and Lochgelly. We are there to care for, listen to and help people who are out on the streets, on the trains, or around the school grounds. We are led by our Management Team and we have support from local churches in partnership with the police, local council and other statutory agencies.
    cowdenbeathandlochgelly@streetpastors.org.uk
    07802 414418
  • CUCKOO (Carers Uniting to Care for Kids and Overcome Obstacles

    New support groups in Glenrothes and Cowdenbeath to bridge the gap and provide support for parents and carers. We are a group of parents/carers of kids with various additional needs and we get it - it can be exhausting, it can be frustrating, it can be overwhelming! It can also be rewarding, inspiring and uplifting. If you are a parent or carer, please get in touch so that we can hear your story and support you.
    kerriefriel@btinternet.com
    07891 326383
  • Capability Scotland

    Our support for independent living services in Fife are tailored to individual's needs and always keep the person at the centre of everything we do. We offer housing support and care at home services.
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    wendy.white@capability-scotland.org.uk
    01383 720613 or 07908 188755
  • Care Opinion

    We want to hear your views about the care and support services you use. We share your feedback with staff who run the services so that they know what is good and what should be improved. We will also publish your feedback anonymously on our website so that everyone knows what happened and how the service responds. Head of Care Opinion Scotland is Fraser Gilmore who can be contacted via Twitter, @fraser_gilmore
    team@careopinion.org.uk
    0800 122 3135
  • Care and Share Companionship (Kirkcaldy)

    Care and Share Companionship is a charitable not for profit registered Scottish charity. Our aim is to provide 1-1 support for people over the age of 60 living in isolation and/or loneliness in the Kirkcaldy area including Dysart, Burntisland and Kinghorn. We are flexible in our approach to meet the needs of older people living in our community.
    careandsharecompanionship@gmail.com
  • CarePlus

    We provide gentle, respectful and dignified nurse-Led homecare and nursing support services to people living in Dunfermline, Glenrothes, Kirkcaldy, North Fife, Central Fife and the East Neuk of Fife. Supporting Independence for the elderly and ability challenged people via Respite Care, Home care services or Community Support. We cover We accept payments privately, through Direct Payments of directly from Fife Council.
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    careplus@hotmail.co.uk
    01592 747527
  • Carewatch

    Carewatch provide care and support with light domestic duties, shopping and cleaning, but will also provide companionship. We can also help with daily personal routines such as washing, dressing and getting ready in the morning. We provide more complex care following an illness, hospital discharge or long-term nursing, and specialist support to people with learning disabilities, challenging behaviours, complex physical and sensory disabilities, acute mental illness and substance misuse.
    fife@carewatch.co.uk
    01592 577555
  • Castle Befriending Scheme

    Castle Befriending Project in Cupar matches volunteer befrienders on a one to one basis with elders in the community that have become socially isolated because of illness, disability or some difficulty or change of circumstance.   Befrienders visit regularly and may undertake activities such as a home visit, a trip out to local place of interest or to access local community facilities, or share hobbies and interests.  Befrienders carry out a purely social role and do not undertake any personal care or domestic duties.
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    befriending@castlefurniture.org
    01334 654445
  • Castle Furniture Project Cupar

    Founded in October 1993, the primary charitable object of Castle Furniture Project is to provide free or low cost household goods to disadvantaged families and individuals to relieve poverty in Fife. To that end, the project provides the transport and labour to collect donations free of charge from people throughout Fife. These donations are brought to the warehouse where they are sorted, assessed for condition, repaired where possible, renovated when feasible, and displayed in our warehouse in Cupar. The project offers marginalised groups opportunities to work in a safe, supportive, inclusive environment. For many who lead chaotic lifestyles it is the first tentative step to leading a more structured life.
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    enquiries@castlefurniture.org
    01334 654445
  • Castle Furniture Project Glenrothes

    Furniture Projects provides a free collection service for reuse furniture throughout Fife and provides low-cost, discounted or free furniture to Fife residents - 20% discount for housing benefit and council tax benefit and 5% discount for members. There are items also free for uplift at both Cupar and Glenrothes sites. Placement referrals are taken from self-referrals and other agencies. We provide in-house training and external training including manual handling, COSHH, First Aid, PAT testing, domestic appliance engineering qualifications and many more. Our staff team have a wealth of knowledge and skills in supporting placements and have all received Mental Health First Aid training. We also have on hand a Therapist, Counsellor and a Health and Wellbeing Nurse to guide placements who require any additional support and are proud to be a Disability Confident Employer.
    Craig Mitchell House, Flemington Road, Glenrothes, KY7 5QF

    gailjackson@castlefurniture.org
    01592 501068
  • Castle Gait Manor Nursing Home

    Abbotsford Castle Gait Manor Care Home in East Wemyss is a purpose built home offering support to adults with learning disabilities, older people and people with dementia. The home is divided into three small units Barra, Coll and Arran. We boast en-suite bedrooms and large communal lounges that can be personalised as per the wishes of our residents, to give it a real sense of home and individuality. Overnight short breaks can be arranged subject to bed availability.
    11 HENDRIE LANE EAST WEMYSS FIFE KY1 4NZ

    eastwemyss@abbotsford-care.co.uk
    01592 715 181
  • Cedar Fife

    Your local Cedar project runs groups for children and young people to help them recover from their experiences of domestic abuse. Groups are also run for mothers to support mutual recovery following experiences of domestic abuse.
    cedar.project@fife.gov.uk
    01592 583676
  • Central Fife Companions

    We provide companionship and support to adults who experience social isolation due to illness, age, disability, accident or circumstance. For a reasonable, fair and competitive price. We are all PVG checked and cleared. Fully insured. Highly experienced in the care and welfare sector. We are happy to support joint activities or on a 1 to 1 basis at home or out and about. Fife wide. We can also provide transport. We will match you to one of our dynamic and flexible team members.
    RJN@centralfifecompanions.co.uk
    07956 666275
  • Chapel Level Nursing Home

    Owed by the Kind Care Company Chapel Level is a welcoming, purpose-built home in Kirkcaldy, which offers nursing and nursing dementia care. Our Little Break stays are designed for older people who would benefit from spending a week or two in a homely environment where they can feel safe in the knowledge that care is on hand 24-hours a day.
    chapellevel@hc-one.co.uk
    01592 644443
  • Combat Stress

    We are Combat Stress, the UK's leading charity for veterans' mental health. For a century we’ve been helping former servicemen and women deal with issues like post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), anxiety and depression. Today we provide specialist treatment and support for veterans from every service and conflict to give them hope and a future.
    contactus@combatstress.org.uk
    01372 587 000
  • Community Connectors British Red Cross

    Through connecting communities, we are introducing brand new services to help tackle loneliness and social isolation across the UK. Through just a few hours a week you could make a big difference to someone experiencing loneliness and social isolation. From having a chat over a cup of tea, to joining them at a local community group, your support could help people towards a brighter and better connected future.
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    elainemeakin@redcross.org.uk
    07922 584616
  • Contact the Elderly (Now called Reengage)

    Contact the Elderly has now rebranded as Reengage. It is a national charity dedicated to tackling loneliness and isolation amongst older people, through regular face-to-face contact. Supported by a network of volunteers, Contact the Elderly organises monthly Sunday afternoon tea parties for small groups of older people aged 70 and over, who live alone, offering a regular and vital friendship link every month. Our guests are transported to and from their homes by our volunteer drivers to the home of a volunteer host. There are groups in Dunfermline, Glenrothes, Kirkcaldy and St Andrews.
    info@reengage.org.uk
    01786 235034
  • Continuing Care North East Fife

    We specialise in providing transportation for all medical and associated appointments for residents who do not have ready access to personal or public transport. We are available, Monday to Friday for all local and longer distance transportation. Weekend appointments can be undertaken by special arrangement. Continuing Care Service provides non - emergency transportation for the elderly, disabled and vulnerable.
    fileswood@gmail.com
    01334 880743
  • Cornerstone

    Cornerstone provide care and support services for people with disabilities and other support needs. They operate a number of services for children, young people and adults in Fife.
    34 COMMERCIAL ROAD LEVEN FIFE KY8 4LD

    enquiries@cornerstone.org
    01592 773292
  • Cottage Family Centre

    The focus of the work at the Cottage Family Centre located in the Templehall area of Kirkcaldy is to provide a range of support to those families and individuals within family units who are vulnerable to social exclusion as a result of factors such as poverty, unemployment, poor housing, relationship breakdown, drug and alcohol problems and health related issues.
    info@thecottagefamilycentre.org.uk
    01592 269489
  • Covid 19 Community Response - Abbeyview Dunfermline

    Community group of volunteers organising food for anyone in the Abbeyview communities who need a wee bit of help. It could be the extra cost of feeding the kids all day, or struggling with furloughed wages, whatever your reasons If you need food phone on Wednesday between 10.00 and 4.00 to register and pick up a bag of food on Thursday from the Tryst Centre.
    TRYST CENTRE DUNCAN CRESCENT DUNFERMLINE FIFE KY11 4BZ

    abbeyview_cc@aol.com
    07729 356926
  • Covid 19 Community Response - Anstruther, Cellardyke and Kilrenny

    Self-isolating?? Stuck indoors?? Your Community Councillors and a small army of local volunteers are here to help you throughout this crisis. Should you require any assistance at all, please call and chat to us and we can help you find a solution. It may be grocery shopping, dog walking, a chat on the phone, help with other tasks, we are ready and willing to help. You can call us direct 9am-6pm on 07818 414178 for all non-emergency assistance. Alternatively call ENCEPT on 0800 999 6543.
    anstruthercommunitycouncil@gmail.com
    07818 414178
  • Covid 19 Community Response - Auchtermuchty

    Auchtermuchty Angels was formed in response to the pandemic and lockdown. Teaming up with the Community Centre, 40+ local people are assisting with supermarket runs, delivering food parcels and prescriptions. There is a small foodbank in the community centre and staff deliver hot meals to those who need them and packed lunches to the children. There have been numerous activities to keep the kids busy during lockdown. Visit the Facebook page for up to date information.
    1 DISTILLERY STREET AUCHTERMUCHTY FIFE KY14 7BY

    admin@auchtermuchtycommunitycentre.org.uk
    07871 990958
  • Covid 19 Community Response - Burntisland

    Burntisland Emergency Action Team (BEAT) are active Monday- Saturday 10am till 4pm phone 01592 872854 ext 1 for any help you might need. We operate out of the Toll Community Centre. Collect prescriptions, shopping food parcels, phone buddies and dog walking.
    TOLL CENTRE EAST TOLL PARK KIRKCALDY ROAD BURNTISLAND FIFE KY3 9HA

    communitycouncil91@gmail.com
    01592 872854 ext 1
  • Covid 19 Community Response - Castle Enterprises Cupar (Over 75s)

    During the COVID-19 pandemic, our staff and volunteers of Castle Enterprises have been redeployed to support elders (over 75) in Fife through our Elders Crisis Contact Centre. From a friendly voice to talk, arranging doorstep deliveries of essentials prescription collections, this line is here to support them.
    BURNSIDE MILL EAST BURNSIDE CUPAR FIFE KY15 4DQ

    01334 898669
  • Covid 19 Community Response - Ceres & Craigrothie

    Covid-19 Mutual Aid Group to help villagers and those in close proximity to Ceres and Craigrothie throughout this pandemic. Please send a private message through the Facebook page if you require support. No phone number or email address provided.
    onyourdoorstep.fife@fife.gov.uk
  • Covid 19 Community Response - Coaltown of Wemyss

    Private message the community council's Facebook page for support during Covid19.
    COALTOWN OF WEMYSS COMMUNITY CENTRE 70 MAIN STREET COALTOWN OF WEMYSS FIFE KY1 4NP

    onyourdoorstep.fife@fife.gov.uk
  • Covid 19 Community Response - Colinsburgh and Kilconquhar

    Colinsburgh and Kilconquhar Community Council are working in partnership with East Neuk Community Emergency Planning Group (ENCEPT) to provide assistance to local residents during covid19. All volunteers have ID, are insured and wear a tabard with ENCEPT on it.
    colkilcc2@gmail.com
    0800 999 6543 (ENCEPT)
  • Covid 19 Community Response - Collydean

    Staff and volunteers of Collydean Community Centre In North Glenrothes and partners are working together to reach out to provide assistance with food provision, shopping, dog walking, telephone befriending, hot meals, fresh fruit and vegetables and much much more. They can also offer assistance to people who are lonely and isolated by using technology to connect them to their family and friends. Please visit the Facebook page for up to date information about the range of support on offer.
    COLLYDEAN COMMUNITY CENTRE TORPHINS AVENUE GLENROTHES FIFE KY7 6UL

    info@collydeancommunitycentre.co.uk
    01592 359102
  • Covid 19 Community Response - Community in Cupar

    A small team of volunteers with skills to offer to the local community. 3 chefs using donations to make free meals and goodies to send to care homes, ambulance depot, school hubs and other deserving groups. Heather the Blether on the phone offering a friendly chat and co-ordinating support where required. Prescription runs on a Wednesday. Grocery shopping. Facebook page www.facebook.com/communityincupar/
    michael.fyffe@cis.scot
    07421 223369
  • Covid 19 Community Response - Cowdenbeath Telephone Befriending

    Fife Council telephone befriending service for people who are feeling lonely, isolated or anxious.
    07925 397314
  • Covid 19 Community Response - Cupar

    This group is for neighbours and community members in the Cupar, Fife and surrounding area to share kindness and compassion in unprecedented times. There is a small informal volunteer network of volunteers who are helping with delivery of groceries, prescription collection, dog walking and other simple tasks. Enlighten Cupar are a key partner. For further information please visit the website www.enlightencupar.co.uk/ or Facebook page www.facebook.com/groups/CuparCOVID19MutualAid
    cuparmutualaid@gmail.com
    07415 008628
  • Covid 19 Community Response - Dairsie

    Dairsie Village Support has been set up to help those living in and around our village in this time of need, especially now when we are all stuck at home due to 'the virus'. If you need anything at all please message get in touch using the Facebook page or contact the following: You can also contact: Janice Smith for support collecting prescriptions: 01334 871078 Lynn Watson (Dairsie Mini Mart) for support with shopping: 01334 870202 Sarah Whitson for support with isolation etc: 01334 871414 Donna Hanlon for help re dog walking and other animal needs: 07979452817
    onyourdoorstep.fife@fife.gov.uk
    07979 452817
  • Covid 19 Community Response - Dalgety Bay and Hillend

    Dunshalt Community Shop is the first village shop in Fife to be owned and run by the community, with all profits made in the grocery, cafe and takeaway going back into improving the Shop and supporting our community. During Covid19 the shop has been taking grocery orders in the morning with orders being delivered by volunteers in the afternoon. They will also assist with the collection of prescriptions.
    onyourdoorstep.fife@fife.gov.uk
    01337 258008
  • Covid 19 Community Response - Dalgety Bay and Hillend Community Council

    5000 small kindness cards have been circulated throughout the community as a way of requesting assistance for those who are self-isolating at this time. Please use this link to print of a copy of the card static1.squarespace.com/static/5ad48afb9d5abb04c1995c66/t/5e6e8ade50eead5473e0c1b3/1584302820557/Coronavirus.pdf
    dbhccsecretary@gmail.com
  • Covid 19 Community Response - Dunshalt Community Shop

    Dunshalt Community Shop is the first village shop in Fife to be owned and run by the community, with all profits made in the grocery, cafe and takeaway going back into improving the Shop and supporting our community. During lockdown the shop have been taking grocery orders in the mornings which are delivered in the afternoon by volunteers. Assistance with prescription collection is also on offer. The village also has a website of useful local information www.dunshaltvillage.co.uk
    dunshaltdeliveries@gmail.com
    01337 258008
  • Covid 19 Community Response - EATS Rosyth

    EATS Rosyth is a community project and charity in Fife, Scotland. We grow and share food, reduce waste, help the environment and improve food education. DURING TO THE CURRENT COVID-19 OUTBREAK, EATS HAD TO CLOSE TO THE PUBLIC. HOWEVER, WE ARE STILL ABLE TO SUPPORT ISOLATED AND VULNERABLE PEOPLE WITH EMERGENCY FOOD PROVISION AND OTHER SERVICES. SO GET IN TOUCH IF YOU NEED HELP.
    8 ABERLOUR STREET ROSYTH FIFE KY11 2RD

    info@eatsrosyth.org.uk
    07782 848 705 (temporary during COVID19)
  • Covid 19 Community Response - East Neuk Community Emergency Planning Team

    East Neuk Community Emergency Planning Team (ENCEPT) help communities and individuals in the East Neuk prepare for, respond to and recover from local emergencies in a way that compliments the work of the emergency services. Volunteers are assisting with the delivery of food parcels, prescription collection and other requests during the covid 19 pandemic.
    encept@hotmail.com
    0800 999 6543 (ENCEPT)
  • Covid 19 Community Response - Emergency Planning by ENABLE Scotland

    Excellent online toolkits to assist carers to plan for the future and to put emergency plans in place.
    enabledirect@enable.org.uk
    0300 0200 101
  • Covid 19 Community Response - Glenrothes Strollers

    Glenrothes Strollers Community Football Club have started a community pantry for those in need in the local area. They have a network of volunteers who are delivering goods to those who cannot get to Over Stenton Park to make use of the Community Pantry. The club are in need of donations to the pantry to be able to keep up with demand, so if you can spare a few packets of pasta or a few tins of beans all would be greatly appreciated.
    Warout Stadium, , Glenrothes, KY6 2NG

    rcafferkey@hotmail.co.uk
    07949 315 276.
  • Covid 19 Community Response - Helping Hands

    Fife Voluntary Action and Fife Council launched Helping Hands to help co-ordinate people and organisations offering aid and support to vulnerable people in our communities amidst the COVID-19 outbreak. If you, or someone you know requires assistance please complete an online request form by clicking on the title above and someone will make contact with you. If you are shielding please contact Fife Council on 0800 952 0330.
    info@fva.org
    07979 452817
  • Covid 19 Community Response - High Valleyfield

    If you are vulnerable or shielding and isolated at home please let us know (by private message on our Facebook page or contact the Community Centre) and we will deliver you a bag of fresh fruit and veg. Orders to be made by midday Tuesday for delivering on Wednesday. If you know someone who would benefit from this let them know - please spread the word.
    VALLEYFIELD COMMUNITY CENTRE ABBEY STREET HIGH VALLEYFIELD FIFE KY12 8UA

    01383 880277
  • Covid 19 Community Response - Kelty

    The Kelty Let's Get Together Group was set up with the aim of helping provide the essentials to those who are isolated or who may need to isolate themselves during the Covid19 pandemic. If you know someone in need, drop the page a message and we can see what we can do. If you can volunteer with anything then this is amazing and please post onto page too. Please share or invite your Kelty friends.
  • Covid 19 Community Response - Kettle Community Council

    We hold a list of local volunteers and we will try and link them to requests for support. If you can volunteer locally please use our contact form on either the home or contact page and let us know what you are offering. Please only offer to volunteer if you are keeping well.
    KETTLE MEMORIAL HALL 3 MAIN STREET KINGSKETTLE FIFE KY15 7PN

  • Covid 19 Community Response - Kincardine

    Kincardine Community Action Response group was set up to help those in need due to self-isolation or help with the loneliness which may be felt by vulnerable people staying home in the wake of the Corona Virus outbreak. Whether it’s getting and delivering someone’s shopping, paying a bill, topping up gas or electric cards/keys, posting a letter, collecting/request. If you need assistance please send a private message via the closed Facebook page.
    onyourdoorstep.fife@fife.gov.uk
  • Covid 19 Community Response - Kinghorn

    By far the best way for our community to get through this pandemic is for friends to look after friends and neighbours to look after neighbours. Kinghorn is good at that. However, If you know of someone who is self and socially isolated please contact the KiSS Co-ordinator by e-mail (ksskinghorn@gmail.com), by phone (07798 816 716) or through the KiSS Facebook page. Be safe, be well.
    ksskinghorn@gmail.com
    07798 816 716
  • Covid 19 Community Response - Kingseat Dunfermline

    The Kingseat Community Centre and the Church are closed until further notice due to Coronavirus and the need for 'Social Distancing. It is vital that we look after those in our community who are most vulnerable. There are ways in which we can all work together to ensure we offer what support we can. Keep in contact with your neighbours – telephone, text, email. You can still use the Winterwatch numbers to communicate or contact a member of the Community Council.
    sheila.colville@kingseat.info
    Chairman 07799143266
  • Covid 19 Community Response - Ladybank

    Working together to co-ordinate volunteers to support those living in isolation and the vulnerable people living in and around Ladybank. Prescription collections, shopping from spar, Davidson's chemist or Minick Butchers. Phone tree for a 'blether'. Basic gardening duties. Dog walking. Food parcels. If a neighbour would benefit from an emergency food parcel please click on the title above which will take you to our online request form or contact us by phone or email.
    ladybankvolunteers@gmail.com
    07495 097113
  • Covid 19 Community Response - Leslie Community Pantry

    Leslie Community Pantry is now open Monday – Friday between 10AM – 5PM. The pantry is located behind the Station Hotel in Leslie and is free for all in the community who are in need. If you are unable to make it along to the pantry between these times, you can get in touch and they will arrange for one of their volunteers to deliver a package to you.
    07730 789255
  • Covid 19 Community Response - Let's Support Leuchars Community Through the Coronavirus

    A Community Forum to help and support the local residents throughout the Coronavirus Crisis.
    Onyourdoorstep.Fife@fife.gov.uk
  • Covid 19 Community Response - Levenmouth Covid-19 Mutual Aid

    A group of local residents who are happy to assist those who are self-isolating. Monday to Friday 10am to 1pm.
    levenmouthmutualaid@gmail.com
    07311 603790
  • Covid 19 Community Response - Lo'Gelly Lunches Lochgelly

    Lunches provided to the community in Lochgelly Town Hall on Fridays from 11.00 - 1.00pm. Contact via the Facebook page.
  • Covid 19 Community Response - Locheglly Beat Corona Group

    Group of volunteers assisting with collection of prescriptions, food deliveries, telephone chat, etc. Eileen Louden 07934282459, John Muir 07493535157, Vi Penman 07931406543, Lorraine Belton Kirkaldy 07877136255, Kevin Fleming 0757058171 or private message via Facebook page
  • Covid 19 Community Response - Markinch Community Council

    Available Monday to Friday 9-5 to assist people in Markinch. Main tasks - supporting elderly with gardening to make sure they can sit out in a nice garden.
    aamhigh@btinternet.com
    07922 221629
  • Covid 19 Community Response - Max's Meals and Community Fridge Cowdenbeath

    From 14th May Max's Meals will provide soup and stovies for taking away on Thursdays between 12.00 - 2.00pm at the Maxwell Community Centre, 70 Stenhouse Street Cowdenbeath.
    70 STENHOUSE STREET COWDENBEATH FIFE KY4 9DD

    01383 602470
  • Covid 19 Community Response - Newport, Wormit and Forgan Community Council

    Community Council and local church working together to support people in the community. Various numbers to ring for assistance or a listening ear. Comfort call - leave your name and phone number and short message and someone will phone back. Comfort Call 01382 330567 Weekly shopping delivery service 07938969470 Prescriptions 01382 543150
    nwfcommcouncil@gmail.com
    01382 541271
  • Covid 19 Community Response - North Queensferry

    Co-ordinating volunteering efforts in North Queensferry.
  • Covid 19 Community Response - Oakley and Comrie Events and Community Group

    Providing fresh fruit and vegetables to local people who are self-isolating, furloughed or vulnerable. Suggested donation per pack £3 if person can afford it. Collection Thursdays from 12.00 from table at the front of the community centre. Social distancing applies.
    oceag@outlook.com
    01383 602344
  • Covid 19 Community Response - People's Pantry Leven

    The People's Pantry the Centre Leven is a not for profit organisation. We have a membership of 130 people and 15 volunteers. We run a Friday pantry where members receive high quality food that may have otherwise been destined for landfill. We are also looking after our environment by reducing single use plastics through operating a refill station where members bring in reusable containers which are refilled with pasta, rice, tea, coffee, sugar and potatoes. We are looking for support from local businesses by means of either cash donations or surplus food donations. For more information telephone 01334 659348.
    peoplespantryleven@gmail.com
  • Covid 19 Community Response - Prescription Delivery Service

    Medicines can continue to be ordered through the usual routes, but deliveries may take longer than usual to due very high call demands at the present. If you normally collect your own medication and are unable to do so because you are shielding, please contact Fife Voluntary Action's Prescription Delivery Service. If you are prescribed Methadone or Subutex please call 01592 716 446 for assistance
    info@fva.org
    0800 389 6046
  • Covid 19 Community Response - RAF Leuchars Operation Connect

    As the COVID-19 lockdown began in the UK, the RAF Association moved quickly to launch four emergency welfare projects supporting the RAF community. Project OUTREACH, a telephone outreach service, contacting high-risk individuals in the RAF community. Project HELPLINE, for those who feel isolated and need a chat. Operation BAGDROP, delivering vital provisions. Project ENTERTAIN providing online entertainment such as sing-a-longs and exercise.
    LEUCHARS STATION ARMY BASE INNES ROAD LEUCHARS FIFE KY16 0JX

    0800 018 2361
  • Covid 19 Community Response - SW Fife Telephone Befriending Service

    Fife Council run telephone befriending service for those feelings isolated or anxious during this time. Give the team a call and they ask one of their dedicated volunteers to call you back.
    corrine.mcginley@fife.gov.uk
    01383 602344
  • Covid 19 Community Response - Springfield

    Welcome to our Springfield Support Group set up by volunteers in this time of crisis due to the coronavirus. We are a non-profit group who have come together to help and support those in need in the Springfield community during this hard time. We offer support to those finding themselves isolated in a variety of resources . We can offer help in going shopping, collecting prescriptions, dog walking, going to and from the library and even offer a phone call service to check up on individuals.
    onyourdoorstep.fife@fife.gov.uk
  • Covid 19 Community Response - St Andrews

    We are a community of people who care for each other, especially the most vulnerable among us, and want to do what we can to encourage and support each other during this difficult time. Contact us using the following email addresses help@communityaidstandrews.co.uk (for those needing assistance), volunteers@communityaidstandrews.co.uk (to offer your support), hello@communityaidstandrews.co.uk (for any questions or general contact) or visit the Facebook page www.facebook.com/groups/644757139646400
    help@communityaidstandrews.co.uk
    0300 122014
  • Covid 19 Community Response - Tayport

    Tayport Covid 19 Mutual Aid Group. Providing assistance to people in Tayport during Covid 19. Facebook Page private - please private message
  • Covid 19 Community Response - The Cottage Family Centre Kirkcaldy

    Prioritising assistance to families with children who are self-isolating and can't get out for food shopping.
    THE COTTAGE FAMILY CENTRE 29-31 CAWDOR CRESCENT KIRKCALDY FIFE KY2 6LH

    info@thecottagefamilycentre.org.uk
    01592 269489
  • Covid 19 Community Response - Thornton

    Assisting with shopping for people who are vulnerable and cannot get out.
    minapaterson@outlook.com
    01592 774251
  • Covid 19 Community Response - Torryburn and Newmills Community Council

    Co-ordinating volunteering efforts in Torryburn and Newmills area. Leave name and contact details on the answerphone. Someone will get in touch. All information confidential and will be deleted.
    setedonald@gmail.com
    07985 710010
  • Covid 19 Community Response - Tower Community Pantry Oakley

    Food parcels collected for free from 12.00 - 2.00pm on Friday. Social distancing applies. 1 person only.
    OAKLEY CENTRE STATION ROAD OAKLEY FIFE KY12 9QF

    01383 602344
  • Covid 19 Community Response - Townhill Community Council

    Co-ordinating volunteering efforts in Townhill.
    townhilcc@btinternet.com
  • Covid 19 Community Response - Valleyfield Community Council

    Arranging supplies of fresh fruit and vegetables to the village for those who are vulnerable or shielding. Order on Tuesday and collect Wednesdays from Valleyfield Community Centre.
  • Covid 19 Community Response - Vine Church Dunfermline

    Have partnered with Better Buffets to provide free meals to anyone in Dunfermline who needs it. Meals provided cold for re-heating a home. Trial period 12th - 17th May 2020. Collection between 2.30-3.30pm. Volunteers will deliver to those who can't get out. Hoping to get Government funding to do it on a more regular basis.
    The Vine Conference Centre, 131 Garvock Hill, Dunfermline, KY11 4JU

    mail@thevinechurch.net
    07515 287095
  • Covid 19 Community Response - West Fife Support for the Vulnerable

    West Fife Support for the Vulnerable S.H.I.E.L.D are helping the vulnerable in West Fife by providing hot meals, food parcels and various other forms of support. Providing and linking up volunteers to anyone who requires assistance.
    THE CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER-DAY SAINTS ST LEONARDS PLACE DUNFERMLINE FIFE KY11 3BG

    westfifesupport@protonmail.com
  • Covid 19 community Response - Largo Communities Together

    Constituted under Fife Council's emergency planning framework, Largo area community response team has over 100 people have been trained and equipped to assist in critical roles. Covers Largo, Lundin Links, New Gilston, Newburn and Drumeldrie.
    contact@largocommunitiestogether.org.uk
    0800 999 3465
  • Covid19 Community Response - Kirkcaldy Central Mosque

    Covid-19 service: Deliver food packages to vulnerable families. As of April 3, food packages were delivered to 50 families. Donations are flowing in, support will continue until the end of the pandemic. Meds are collected & delivered. Working with the local foodbank to provide help. This initiative is run by volunteers who are led by the Imam.
    kirkcaldycentralmosque@outlook.com
    01592 641057
  • Cowdenbeath Foodbank

    The Cowdenbeath Foodbank is open on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 4-6pm in the Foundation Meeting Rooms at 39 Broad Street. Referral required.
    39 BROAD STREET COWDENBEATH FIFE KY4 8JP

    Lorraine.Mullen@fife.gov.uk
    07828 564232
  • Crafty Carers Group

    If you're a family or unpaid carer who loves crafting and feel ready to share your knowledge, experience, ideas and stories with other carers then come and join our new carers group. Jewellery, crocheting, knitting, etc. Please call Martina for further information.
    157 COMMERCIAL STREET KIRKCALDY FIFE KY1 2NS

    centre@fifecarers.co.uk
    01592 205472
  • Craigie House Care Home

    Craigie House Care Home in Crossgates is owned by Kingdom Homes. It shares it's grounds with Alexander Nursing Home. Craigie House can cater for 30 residents in large single occupancy accommodation, with the majority of bedrooms offering en-suite toilet and shower facilities. Round the clock respite care is available for as long as you need us or for just one night subject to bed availability.
    CRAIGIE HOUSE MAIN STREET CROSSGATES FIFE KY4 8DF

    craigie.manager@kingdomhomesltd.co.uk
    01383 510505
  • Crannoch Care

    Crannoch Care is a residential unit for children in Lochgelly. They may be able to accommodate some overnight respite in emergency situations subject to availability. The young person must be aged between 8 years and 19 years. Have access to education, college or a work placement and with support be able to attend the particular establishment. Have an allocated Social Worker. Be able to live in a group living situation. Be able to live in the community.
    MOSSVIEW 165 SOUTH STREET LOCHGELLY FIFE KY5 9BG

    info@crannochcare.org
    01592 782123 or 01592 784088
  • Crossroads Befriending

    Crossroads Befriending Service supports vulnerable people affected by illness, disability or disadvantage who face social isolation and loneliness. Funded by the Fife Health and Social Care Partnership, the service provides Volunteer Befrienders to people living in North East Fife, Central Fife and Levenmouth. Befrienders are a vital link and important gateway to sources of advice and support. Befrienders can provide a simple phone call, home visit or accompany to community activity.
    SUITE 14 BUKO TOWER DALTON ROAD GLENROTHES FIFE KY6 2SS

    marie@crossroadsg.co.uk
    01592 630253
  • Crossroads Fife

    Crossroads is an organisation whose aim is to help relieve stress on those who care for people of any age with all disabilities. We do this by enabling Carers to take a break. We give short breaks to Carers at regular intervals at a time that suits them. We are also a registered provider of Self Directed Support and Purchased Care and can assist you to meet your care needs and the outcomes you would like to achieve, whether you are a person requiring support or a carer.
    BUKO TOWER DALTON ROAD GLENROTHES FIFE

    info@crossroadsg.co.uk
    01592 610540
  • Cupar Foodbank

    We don’t think anyone in our community should have to face going hungry. But that's not all we provide. As well as the 3-day emergency food parcel, toiletries and cleaning materials we also offer other less obvious essentials - A cuppa and a listening ear to people in crisis. Advice on accessing further support. Household goods. Referral for a hot meal or clothing. We can also offer a delivery service for people with disabilities who are unable to access the food bank.
    info@cupar.foodbank.org.uk
    07474 453153
  • Dalgety Bay Day Centre

    The aim of Dalgety Bay Day Centre is to provide a voluntary service for older people which offers a safe, stimulating, creative and caring environment. We do this by offering a day out from the home setting, serving a cooked lunch and refreshments during the day, providing stimulation and activities of interest to older people, creating an opportunity for fun and company and allowing carers to have a short break.
    DALGETY BAY DAY CARE CENTRE PENTLAND RISE DALGETY BAY FIFE KY11 9LY

    help@dalgetybaydaycare.org.uk
    01383 829506
  • Day Centre Services

    We provide Day Centres for frail and isolated older people and those suffering from Dementia in Kirkcaldy, Burntisland and Kinghorn. Service Users can meet together and enjoy themselves in a friendly atmosphere. Accessible transport is provided to and from
    kirkcaldydaycentres@gmail.com
    01592 642875
  • Deaf Action

    Deaf Action is a deaf-led charity that has been working for an equal and better future for Deaf, deafened, deafblind and hard of hearing people since 1835. This vision remains at the heart of everything we do today and is central to all the services we provide.
    SEESCAPE 13 WILSON AVENUE KIRKCALDY FIFE KY2 5EF

    admin@deafaction.org
    0131 556 3128
  • Deaf Action Befriending Service (Covid19)

    Deaf Action have created a new online Befriending Service (Aug 2020) for Deaf and Hard of Hearing people living in Scotland. If you or someone you know could do with a friendly face to chat to, our service can match you with a befriender with similar interests, suitable communication needs and provide friendly conversation and companionship during this difficult time. Service now also available to young people aged 10 – 18 years old as well as adults.
    befriending@deafaction.org
    SMS: 07816 938 167
  • Deaf Action Health and Wellbeing Support (Covid19)

    We offer Health & Wellbeing Support, including deaf counselling services, because know how difficult it can be to look after your mind and body – and even more so during the coronavirus pandemic. You might be feeling lonely, anxious, frustrated, or maybe you are feeling worried about your finances or work. Remember it is ok to feel a bit worried or scared, that’s what Deaf Health and Wellbeing Support is here for. Sharing your concerns and talking with someone about the current situation.
    admin@deafaction.org
    07775 620757
  • Deaf Communication Service

    We are a Fife Council service. We aim to promote access and empowerment for deaf people and improve deaf awareness. This service is for people of all ages who are: deaf, hard of hearing, deafened, deafblind and for people newly diagnosed with a hearing loss. We can help provide interpreters, lip speakers electronic note takers and deaf/blind guide communicators. Please contact us for information or advice.
    TOWN HOUSE 2 WEMYSSFIELD KIRKCALDY FIFE KY1 1XW

    swinfo.deafcommunications@fife.gov.uk
    01383 441177 (SMS Deaf people only 07985 761908)
  • Dial-A-Ride and Ring & Ride Community Transport

    As part of Fife Council's Transportation Services, Demand Responsive Transport provides wheelchair accessible transport free of charge to individuals in the community who have difficulty accessing main stream public transport. These services are commonly known as Dial-a-Ride and Ring & Ride, and they take people from their home address to various appointments, shopping etc. For timetable information please see the website
    BANKHEAD CENTRAL BANKHEAD PARK GLENROTHES FIFE KY7 6GH

    Concessionary.Travel@fife.gov.uk
    03451 55 11 88
  • Dial-a-Ride

    Dial-a-Ride is a free shopping service for people who have difficulty using conventional public transport. This is a minibus service that will pick you up from your home address and take you to a major shopping centre within your local area. Please see the attached timetable for your area in the publications section at the bottom of the page which will detail the day(s) and time(s) you can travel. All our buses are easily accessed by very low steps or a lift. The driver is always on hand to help you and will assist you on and off the bus if required. Passengers wishing to travel must book their journeys before their day of travel by telephoning. 03451 55 11 88 between 9.00 am and 2.30 pm Monday to Friday. Bookings will normally be accepted up to 14 days in advance
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    fife.bus@fife.gov.uk
    03451 55 11 88
  • Drug's Alcohol & Psychotherapies Limited (DAPL)

    DAPL offers one to one counselling, support, information and advice to individuals and families who are affected by substance use and live within Fife. The service is free and confidential and offered by experienced workers. For opening times of our bases in Leven, Kirkcaldy and Glenrothes please refer to the website.
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    enquiries@dapl.net
    01333 422277
  • 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.
    2 HALBEATH ROAD DUNFERMLINE FIFE KY12 7QX

    enquiries@dunfermlineadvocacy.org
    01383 624382
  • ENABLE Scotland Fife Services

    ENABLE Scotland is a learning disability charity and is run by our members: people who have learning disabilities and their families. In Fife we provide a range of services for adults and children including advocacy and participation, family support, local groups, support with planning for the future and support at home. For more information please refer to our website.
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    enabledirect@enable.org.uk
    0300 0200 101
  • East Neuk Foodbank

    We provide food aid to individuals and families .We do not work with a referral system, please come in a chat with us. Opening Hours, Anstruther Church Tuesdays 12am-4pm, Thursdays 4pm - 6pm Food can be donated through local churches, school groups and at an in store collection point in Anstruther Co-op. Crail Smoke Fired Whole Food Shop, and Carol's Shop Elie. Free teas, coffees and company during open hours Laptops, and printing available and free internet access during open hours.
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    eastneukfoodbank@gmail.com
    01333 310156 answer machine outside opening hours
  • East Neuk Frail Elderly Project

    Come along and join us at one of the lunch clubs in the East Neuk of Fife. Picked up by minibus, we meet weekly, enjoy a light lunch and make friends and take part in activities.
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    enproject10@gmail.com
    01333 311837
  • East Neuk Homecare

    We offer high quality care and homecare support services in and around East Neuk. Our personal care services can help you with activities of daily living, which you would normally undertake for yourself, but are unable to due to illness, disability or frailty. As well as regular care we provide, where possible, short term packages for people coming to the East Neuk area on holiday or when visiting friends and family. We can also assist with housework.
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    marie@eastneukhomecare.co.uk
    01334 460777
  • Elite Care (Scotland) Ltd

    Elite Care offer care and support packages tailored to match our clients exact needs throughout Fife. Our highly trained team of care staff provide support to maintain independent living at home thorough a range of services. We can provide personal care, companionship visits and dementia care and support. Elite Care can also offer specialist homecare and complex care offering more intensive assistance under the supervision of our specialist Branch nurses.
    7 ST CATHERINE STREET CUPAR FIFE KY15 4LS

    s.reid@elitecareathome.co.uk
    01334 476262
  • Equal Voice (Citizen Advocacy)

    Equal Voice is a Citizen Advocacy project. We are a registered charity, and we provide independent advocacy for central Fife residents who have a learning disability, physical disability or a mental health difficulty which makes them unable to look after their own affairs. Our project offers assistance to adults aged 16 -65 years old who need support speaking up for themselves. Citizen Advocates develop a voluntary long-term partnership with a person, supporting the person to make their own choices and decisions; to have their views heard and increase their self-confidence.
    info@equal-voice.org.uk
    01592 653754
  • 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.
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    faba518@outlook.com
    07599 963719
  • Families First - St Andrews

    Families First St. Andrews is a registered charitable organisation established in 2001 to provide support to families with children aged between 5 to 16 who live in St. Andrews and North East Fife. Our aim is to provide practical help and support to families experiencing difficulties and to provide a service relevant to their needs. Families First has a small team of paid and unpaid staff. Our volunteers help us to deliver services such as Children's Group Work, Befriending and Family Support.
    2 ROSE LANE ST ANDREWS FIFE KY16 9EW

    enquiries@familiesfirststandrews.org.uk
    01334 208086
  • 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
  • Fernlea Nursing Home

    Fernlea House Cardenden is owned by Kingdom Homes. Fernlea House has 34 large single rooms and two large double rooms for couples, all of which have en-suite toilet and shower facilities. All Fernlea’s public rooms, including the lounges and dining areas, are on the ground floor, with access to the mature garden areas via patio doors. Round the clock respite care is available for as long as you need us or for just one night subject to bed availability.
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    fernlea.manager@kingdomhomesltd.co.uk
     01592 721649
  • Fife Alcohol and Drug Partnership

    The goal of the Fife Alcohol and Drug Partnership (ADP), is to create an environment for the delivery of people-centred actions that achieve lasting change in the lives of individuals across Fife, be they substance misusers, their families, or members of the communities in which they live.
    BRUNTON HOUSE HIGH STREET COWDENBEATH FIFE KY4 9QU

    alcohol.druginfo@fife.gov.uk
    03451 55 55 55 + Ext 446153
  • Fife Changing Places Toilets

    Across Fife there are 17 venues with Changing Places toilets and several of these venues have more than one Changing Places toilet for example the Michael Woods Sports & Leisure Centre and Kirkcaldy Leisure Centre. All the Changing Places toilets listed below are fully registered and are on the Changing Places Consortium map.
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    c.keenlyside@dundee.ac.uk
    01382 385154
  • Fife Community Interpreting Service

    Providing language interpretation and translation
    8 MITCHELL STREET KIRKCALDY FIFE KY1 1BD

    info@fcis.org.uk
    01592 261900
  • Fife Council Supported Employment Service

    Fife Council’s Supported Employment Service delivers the Positive Pathways Programme for people with disabilities, health problems, mental health issues and disabling conditions who wish to find and keep a job of at least 8 hours or more. We’ll work with you to develop an Into Work Action Plan that shows your abilities, identifies skills gaps or training needs and helps you to improve your job search, interview skills and how to connect with local employers. Once you’re in work, we work with you and your employer to offer guidance on adjustment or accommodations to help you succeed in the job. Positive Pathways is part funded by European Structural Investment Funds.
    SKILLS DEVELOPMENT CENTRE MIDFIELD ROAD KIRKCALDY FIFE KY1 3NL

    sw.ses@fife.gov.uk
    01592 583142
  • Fife Falls Response Service

    Fife Falls Response Service is a service operated by Fife Health and Social Care Partnership for people who fall in their own home. If you have fallen and need help then please do one of the following: Press your community alarm pendant, call your GP Surgery or call NHS 24 on 111 (If GP Surgery is closed). We will ask a few simple questions about you over the phone. If you are not hurt we will send the specially trained falls response team to help you back on your feet safely, avoiding any injury to you or a Carer by using the ELK lift.
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    SWCommunityAlarms.Telecare@fife.gov.uk
    03451 55 15 03
  • 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.
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    info@fifeforum.org.uk
    01592 643743
  • Fife Gingerbread

    Fife Gingerbread supports lone parent, vulnerable and disadvantaged families across Fife. We have many support services that all work with the same ethos: Engage - Support - Progress. Our work alleviates poverty, reduces isolation, and gives parents in Fife a voice.
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    info@fifegingerbread.org.uk
    01592 725210
  • 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
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    fifeheadway@gmail.com
    01592 370034
  • Fife Sands

    Sands is an organisation which can offer you support when your baby dies during pregnancy or after birth. The death of a baby is a devastating experience. The effects of grief can be overwhelming for parents, families and friends. At Sands there are people who understand what it's like and we are here to support you and provide information.
    fife@sands.org.uk
    0845 5280322
  • Fife Shopping & Support Services

    Fife Shopping and Support Services is a charitable, not for profit company set up to provide frail and housebound elderly people and disabled adults in the community with support to maintain independence within their own homes. We currently provide services across Fife assisting with shopping, pension collections housework and befriending services.
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    lynne@fifeshoppingandsupportservices.co.uk
    01592 653344
  • Fife Teen Parent Project

    Supporting teen parents and pregnant teens in Fife. Fife Teen Parent Workers offer a vital support service to teenage parents, both female and male, who may require specific help due to their age and circumstances. If you would like more information, or to make a referral to the Fife Teen Parent Project, call Fife Gingerbread.
    info@fifegingerbread.org.uk
    01592 725210
  • Fife Women's Aid

    Many women, who have experience of domestic abuse, have had no control over their lives for many years. They may never have had to make a decision regarding themselves, their children or home. Women and children also face the prospect of establishing themselves into a new community or school. Along with practical advice and support, the Fife Women's Aid workers support women and children to become independent and confident as they can in all that they do. Telephone Support: 0808 802 5555
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    info@fifewomensaid.org.uk
    0808 802 5555
  • Fife Young Carers

    Fife Young Carers (SCIO) is a local charity committed to improving the support and information provided to young carers in Fife. We support children and young people (8-25 years) who look after and take responsibility for someone in their family who may be ill or have a disability. Our support services take on many forms and are tailored to the Young Carers needs.
    Ore Valley Business Centre, 93 Main Street , Lochgelly, KY5 9AF

    admin@fifeyoungcarers.co.uk
    01592 786717
  • Food Train Connects

    Food Train are delighted to bring you Food Train Connects, launched on Monday 1st June in all Scottish local authority areas. We offer a one to one shopping service where a volunteer undertakes a customer’s weekly grocery shopping. We are building a register of volunteer shoppers in every area of ready to be paired up with anyone over 65 needing shopping support.
    everything@thefoodtrain.co.uk
    01387 270800
  • Footcare Fife

    FootCare Fife is a toenail cutting service for people who struggle to cut their own toenails. Sessions are currently held in St Andrews, Cupar, Buckhaven, Kirkcaldy, Glenrothes, Kinghorn, Dunfermline & High Valleyfield, we will grow as new volunteers join us. At a cost of £10 per appointment it is an affordable service run by Fife Voluntary Action (a local charity) and delivered by trained volunteers. The money goes towards covering the cost of equipment, volunteer expenses and so on.
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    david@fifevoluntaryaction.org.uk
    0800 389 6046
  • Forthview Care Home

    Balhousie Forth View Care Home in Methil provides 60 residents with a spacious, relaxing and comfortable environment in which they would feel safe, secure and most importantly, at home. We offer residential, nursing and respite care in addition to specialising in care for adults with disabilities and Alzheimer's and Dementia care. Overnight short breaks can be arranged subject to bed availability.
    6 SEA ROAD METHIL FIFE KY8 3DE

    gordon.candlish@balhousiecare.co.uk
    01592 716500
  • Foster Care Connect

    Foster Care Connect provide safe and loving home-based care for children and young people in Scotland who are not able to live with their own family. We recruit and support foster carers to enable individuals to achieve and have the confidence to develop and grow healthy relationships at home, in their communities and into adult life. Excellent training and support 24/7 within a small not for profit organisation. Generous fees and allowances.
    enquiries@fcconnect.co.uk
    01896 751999
  • 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
  • G&J Care

    A home care business within Glenrothes. Providing the care you require in your home, to keep you at home for as long as possible. We have cleaners that can help you keep your home to the high standard that you require.
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    enquiriesgjcare@outlook.com
    01592 747952
  • Gamblers Anonymous

    Gamblers 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 a gambling problem. The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop gambling. There are no dues or fees for a Gamblers Anonymous membership.
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    info@gascotland.org
  • Gibson Care

    Gibson Care Agency was launched in 2007 by the Gibson Training team who have worked together to develop an holistic approach to delivering care. We are registered with the Care Inspectorate to provide Care at Home and Housing Support to adults living in Fife.
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    info@gibsontrainingandcare.co.uk
    01333 429443
  • Gibson House Residential Home

    Gibson House Care Home in St Andrews accommodates 34 residents in 34 single rooms. It is a converted building with a garden. Facilities are available for family or friends to stay overnight. Residents may bring their own furniture and can usually bring their pet. Overnight short breaks can be arranged subject to bed availability.
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    admin@gibsonhousestandrews.co.uk
    01334 474665
  • Glamis House Glenrothes

    Leonard Cheshire Disability is the UK's leading charity provider of support services for disabled people. The Supported Living service within Glamis House Complex provides support for adults with a variety of physical complex disabilities. We believe that each individual person, whatever his or her disability, is a uniquely valuable individual and that people with disabilities should have the personal freedom to pursue their aspirations all from the comfort of their own home
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    scotlandoffice@leonardcheshire.org
    01592 771 685
  • Glen Housing Association

    Glen Housing Association strives to be a forward looking, professional and approachable provider of good quality housing, working with others to create attractive communities that people want to and can afford to live in. We aim to be open, accountable and approachable, be recognised as a beacon of good practice, provide high quality housing management and maintenance services for our tenants, actively participate in partnership working for the benefit of the communities we work in.
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    info@glenhousing.co.uk
    01592 621188 or 01333 421359
  • Glenburnie Care Home

    Glenburnie Care Home in Leven is an independent family-owned care home for older people, offering long term, respite, and dementia residential care. The Home has 23 single en-suite rooms (with shower) ground floor bedrooms. As a small care home, Glenburnie offers care with a more personal touch, whether it is supporting those with mobility issues to those who have dementia. Overnight short breaks can be arranged subject to bed availability.
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    enquiries@glenburniecare.co.uk
    01333 422 243
  • 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.
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    info@gleneaglesconversions.co.uk
    01334 657722
  • Glenrothes Foodbank

    We are the Glenrothes branch of a charity network that solely relies on food donations from the local community to feed local people in crisis. We don’t think anyone in our community should have to face going hungry. That’s why we provide three days’ nutritionally balanced emergency food and support to local people who are referred to us in crisis. Thank you for any help you can provide. The foodbank is located in Caledonian House in the Saltire Centre Glenrothes and is open on Mondays, Wednesday and Fridays from 1.00 - 4.45pm.
    info@glenrothes.foodbank.org.uk
    01592 631088
  • Gowrie House Care Home

    Gowrie House Care Home in Kirkcaldy is run by the Four Seasons Group. It provides residential, nursing, dementia and end of life care. Respite care, or short-stay care, means someone can stay at Gowrie House Care Home whether they need residential, nursing or dementia care - for shorter periods of time: days or weeks rather than months.
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    gowrie.house@fshc.co.uk
    01592 859462
  • Handy Services

    Handy Services is a care at home provider covering the East Neuk and St Andrews areas of Fife. Our office is based in Pittenweem. Our philosophy is to provide a quality care & value for money service to individuals by suitably trained and experienced staff. Handy Services is registered with the Care Inspectorate.
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    care@handy-services.co.uk
    01333 312573
  • Happy Days Club

    Happy Days Club is run for the enjoyment of anyone who wishes to attend. Originally set up to provide an outing for the housebound, elderly and less-abled adult in our local community and beyond. Anyone can attend who wishes to enjoy the company of others whilst being entertained by our resident singers, have a game of bingo and refreshments. Happy Days also runs the Hot Hatch, which provides basic hot meals, baked potatoes, filled rolls and salads at cheap prices.
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    Jacqueline.Johnstone@fife.gov.uk
    01383 602470
  • Happy Sunshine Club - Glenrothes

    The Happy Sunshine Club meets in the Exit Community Centre in Glenrothes.
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    info@fva.org
    01592 645540
  • Happy Sunshine Club Kirkcaldy

    The Happy Sunshine Club is a social club for disabled, elderly and housebound people in the local community. The club is open on Tuesdays and Thursdays between 11:00am and 2:30pm in the Veronica Hall in Kirkcaldy.
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    james.bell3@hotmail.co.uk
    01592 572067
  • Headwell House Nursing Home

    Headwell House Care Home in Dunfermline offers superior accommodation on two floors. Residents are encouraged to personalise their room. There are 2 large communal living spaces on both floors, where residents, families and friends are actively encouraged to join in all the social activities that are on offer on a daily basis. Overnight short breaks can be arranged subject to bed availability.
    dunfermline@abbotsford-care.co.uk
    01383 733163
  • Hillcrest Futures

    Hillcrest Futures (formerly Gowrie Care) supports people who have a learning disability, mental health problem, autism spectrum and individuals who are homeless. They work in people’s homes, in the community and in temporary and supported accommodation, providing support from 1 hour a week to 24 hours a day. For further information please contact Jane Masterton Project Manager Fife.
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    jmasterton@hillcrestha.org.uk
    01334 652736
  • Hilton Court Care Home

    Hilton Court provides specialist care facilities, catering for clients with a wide range of conditions relating to mental illness. It is a recognised centre of excellence and has developed major rehabilitation programmes aiming to optimise independent living for the client group. Although the majority of clients are aged between 30 and 60, Hilton Court has the ability to cater for those out with this age range.
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    hiltoncourt@mealmore.co.uk
    01383 411250
  • Home Start Dunfermline

    Sometimes it is really tough being a parent and a little help can make a big difference. Home-Start provides an unique service for families - recruiting and training volunteers to support parents with young children at home. The families we support may experience isolation, illness, bereavement, disability or simply find parenting a struggle. You can now also find us on Facebook: Home Start Dunfermline!
    Home-Start Dunfermline, 41 Bruce Street, Dunfermline, KY12 7AG

    home_startdunfermline@madasafish.com
    01383 621349
  • Home Start Glenrothes

    Home-Start volunteers help families with young children deal with the challenges they face. We support parents as they learn to cope, improve their confidence and build better lives for their children. We are based in the Community Flat in Greenlaw Crescent in Glenrothes.
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    admin@homestartglenrothes.co.uk
    01592 757333
  • Home Start Kirkcaldy

    Home-Start helps families in various locations in Fife with young children deal with whatever life throws at them. We support parents as they learn to cope, improve their confidence and build better lives for their children. For information about our local supports please visit the website for further information.
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    homestartkirkcaldy@yahoo.co.uk
    01592 565285
  • Home-Start East Fife

    Home-Start East Fife supports families with young children across East Fife to deal with whatever life throws at them. We support parents by recruiting volunteers who will visit them in their home, as they learn to cope, improve their confidence and build better lives for their children. We also offer support through Family Support Groups which are held across East Fife during school term times. For more information about the local supports we can offer please call us, email us or visit our website.
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    admin@homestarteastfife.org.uk
    01334 477548
  • Home-Start Levenmouth

    Home-Start helps families in various locations in Fife with young children deal with whatever life throws at them. We support parents as they learn to cope, improve their confidence and build better lives for their children. For information about our local supports please visit the website for further information.
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    levenhomestart@yahoo.co.uk, Info@home-start.org.uk
    01592 719012
  • Home-start Lochgelly

    Home-Start helps families with young children deal with whatever life throws at them. We support parents as they learn to cope, improve their confidence and build better lives for their children. For information about our Lochgelly project call or email us
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    home_startlochgelly@hotmail.co.uk
    01592 861103
  • Hourglass Scotland (Action on Elder Abuse)

    Hourglass Scotland (formerly Action on Elder Abuse) works to protect older people from harm, abuse and neglect. We support those experiencing (or at risk of) harm, as well as raising awareness and advocating effective prevention. We’re part of the organisation, Action on Elder Abuse, who work across England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, and we were the first charity to address elder abuse and the only charity in the UK working on the issue exclusively today
    enquiries@wearehourglass.org
    08088 088 141
  • Hyperclub

    Hyperclub is based in Inverkeithing Fife at the Ballast Bank Community Centre. We support families, children, adults and elderly with any and various disabilities, difficulties and health issues. We have been running for 6 years now and have become extremely successful. We offer a comfortable, calming sensory room and various educational/fun activities and groups for children and adults. We also offer elderly lunches on Tuesday's and Friday's from 1pm - 3pm. Adult groups are Tuesday's and Friday's from 10am - 4pm. Children groups are 6pm - 8pm on Tuesday's and Friday's. We also run a karaoke/disco for adults and elderly aged 16 and over on Sunday afternoons from 1pm - 3pm. We are a registered SCIO.
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    hyperclub2012@gmail.com
    07735 588480
  • 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.
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    Improving.CancerJourney@fife.gov.uk
    01592 578076
  • Include Me

    Include Me is a Citizen Advocacy organisations which recruits responsible citizens who lead full lives in their communities and matches them up with someone who experiences exclusion from their community or unfair treatment and who needs help to make decisions about their own lives. IncludeMe's role is to create and support the development of long-term relationship. Please make contact for further information.
    VOLUNTEER HOUSE 69 CROSSGATE CUPAR FIFE KY15 5AS

    contact@includeme.org.uk
    01334 656242
  • Includem

    Includem supports vulnerable, troubled and challenging young people and their families. No matter how tough their circumstances, we always start from a point of view of valuing them. We engage with them, building one-to-one trusting relationships and refuse to give up. We provide a genuinely 24/7 service to make sure we're there when young people and families need us, whenever they need us.
    UNIT L EASTFIELD INDUSTRIAL ESTATE TELFORD ROAD GLENROTHES FIFE KY7 4NX

    enquiries@includem.co.uk
    01592 631267
  • Independent Age

    An independent organisations giving a voice to older people. We offer advice, campaigning and befriending to older people. Volunteer visitors are needed in Fife, in particular in St Andrews, Kelty and East Neuk of Fife for the 1:1 befriending and telephone service.
    Sandra.robertson@independentage.org
    0141 812 6334
  • Inverkeithing Foodbank

    Inverkeithing Foodbank is open on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 4-6pm. As we move into a new phase of lockdown, we are still open to help with people in crisis with food, if you have been furloughed, loss of job etc.
    2 TOWNHALL STREET INVERKEITHING FIFE KY11 1LX

    info@dunfermline.foodbank.org.uk
    07580 231286
  • Jean Mackie Centre

    The Jean Mackie Resource Centre run by Fife Council supports older people in a variety of settings to provide a positive experience for individuals and can give carers a break from their caring responsibilities. Placements are agreed following assessment by a Social Worker.
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    JeanMackie.Centre@fife.gov.uk
    01383 602357
  • Kat's Mission Kinglassie

    A charity that helps 'The Many Not The few'. Ran by VoluntBees (adult Volunteers) & The Bizzy Bees (child volunteers) Our objectives are to raise and distribute funds for the relief of those in need by reason of ill health, age, disability, financial hardship as well as other disadvantages. We also strive to help support our local community. Primarily we support people in Fife, however we will consider supporting a need in Scotland or further afield. We principally support individuals and smaller groups who may be missed, not be entitled or struggle to get support. Support is on offer during Covid19.
    22 MAIN STREET KINGLASSIE FIFE KY5 0XA

    katsmissionfundraiser@gmail.com
    07986 013355
  • Kelty Wish Foundation

    Welcome to Kelty Wish Foundation. We are a voluntary charitable organisation whose aim is to provide those in need locally a little helping hand.
    keltywishfoundation@gmail.com
    07769 336776
  • Kenylink Care Services

    Kenylink provides high quality personalised care services for vulnerable and elderly adults in Fife in the comfort of their own homes. We provide personal care, shopping support, preparation of food and drink, ensuring a timely prompt for medication when due, undertaking domestic tasks such as cleaning and provision of care services through the night for those who need them.
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    info@kenylinkcare.co.uk
    01592 651650 or 07846032164
  • Kids Come First

    We are an Out of School Club, based in Benarty Centre, Flockhouse Avenue, Ballingry offering affordable, quality childcare for the local and surrounding area. We operate after school 3.00pm - 6.00pm term time and 8.00 am - 6.00pm, in-service and holidays.
    BALLINGRY COMMUNITY CENTRE FLOCKHOUSE AVENUE BALLINGRY FIFE KY5 8JH

    Enquiries@kidscomefirst.org.uk
    03451 555 555 ext 406812
  • Kindred Fife

    Kindred offer in-depth 1:1 emotional support, formal advocacy and information to families caring for a child with additional support needs. Kindred help families understand and come to terms with their Child's diagnosis, provide general information and support. Kindred can help with completing benefit applications, make funding applications, support families to get appropriate equipment, respite care, have adaptations to housing or to be rehomed and advise of a child’s educational rights. Staff meet with families on a 1:1 basis at various locations throughout Fife
    32 EVANS BUSINESS CENTRE 15 PITREAVIE COURT PITREAVIE BUSINESS PARK DUNFERMLINE FIFE KY11 8UU

    fifeenquiries@kindred-scotland.org
    0800 031 5793
  • Kingdom Companions

    Kingdom Companions are recruiting volunteer companions for our elderly befriending project which aims to support and reshape the life of our older generation. Companions help the older person to reach a personal goal, and in doing so, will aim to help rebuild confidence, reduce social isolation and loneliness and reconnect them with their communities.
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    michaela@fifevoluntaryaction.org.uk
    01592 751749
  • Kingdom Homes Ltd

    Kingdom Homes Ltd provides respite care in each of the 12 care homes in Fife. At our various locations throughout Fife you can choose from town centre or rural settings, large 60-bedroom homes or small 20-bedroom facilities with the option of nursing, residential or dementia care according to your needs and preference. There are a small number of double rooms which can accommodate couples.
    Kingdom Homes Head Office, Mitchcelson Drive, Mitchelson Industrial Estate, Kirkcaldy, Fife, KY1 3NF

    admin@kingdomhomesltd.co.uk
    01592 722227
  • Kingdom Housing Association

    Kingdom Housing Association's Support and Care Service provides support to people with a range of needs in their own homes, including those with: learning disability, autistic spectrum disorder, complex needs, mental health issues, age related needs, homelessness, drug and alcohol addictions. We also provide temporary homeless accommodation and services. Our aim is to support people to have a safe and secure home, to live as independently as possible in their own home, to live as full a life as possible and to be part of their local community.
    enquiries@ksc.scot
    01383 741220
  • Kirkcaldy Foodbank

    We are an independent foodbank working hard to ensure local people do not go hungry during a time of crisis. It is our mission that nobody in the Kirkcaldy area goes hungry during a time of crisis and that everybody shares what they have. Please visit our Facebook page or website for up to date opening hours or to find the nearest foodbank to your neighbourhood www.facebook.com/kirkcaldy.foodbank/
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    kirkcaldyfoodbank@gmail.com
  • LEAD Scotland Fife Befriending Project

    LEAD Scotland's Fife Befriending Project is for adults (16+) and older adults who are socially isolated and lonely due to factors such as illness, disability and change of circumstance. Volunteer befrienders give one to one support to enable adults and older people to improve their confidence, to try new activities and to make more connections with their communities and local services. The befriending support provided is time-limited to 4-6 months. Contact Louise Andrée for further information.
    landree@lead.org.uk
    07950 771875
  • Ladywalk House

    Ladywalk House which is operated by Fife Council offers Residential, Day Care Services and Short Breaks. The Care Home offers an alternative home for people who are unable to remain safely in their own home. We currently have 10 local authority care homes. Short Breaks - This service offers a much needed short break and support service to family carers, respite is often used to enable carers to take a holiday or have a break from their caring responsibilities. All care homes are inspected and regulated by the Care Inspectorate.
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    sw.ladywalk@fife.gov.uk
    01334 659335
  • Leng Resource Centre

    Leng Resource Centre supports older people in a variety of settings to provide a positive experience for individuals and can give carers a break from their caring responsibilities. In order to ensure that we target resources that those with the highest needs, we use guidelines know as eligibility criteria - these criteria are graded based on the seriousness of risk to the individual. This assessment is undertaken by either the social work team or the resources staff. The Resource Centres is inspected and regulated by the Care Inspectorate
    LENG HOME 59 KIRK ROAD NEWPORT ON TAY FIFE DD6 8JB

    sw.lengresource-centre@fife.gov.uk
    01334 659359
  • Levenmouth Foodbank

    Levenmouth Foodbank helps prevent crime, housing loss, family breakdown and mental health problems. Frontline care professionals such as doctors and social workers identify people in crisis and issue a food voucher. Clients receive three days of nutritionally balanced, non-perishable food in exchange for their food voucher.
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    info@levenmouth.foodbank.org.uk
    07966 502854
  • Levenmouth Hearing Impairment Support Group

    Hearing loss can be a very isolating and frustrating experience but there's lots of help out there as the group has discovered. The members would like to share their experiences and the information they have gathered. All are welcome to attend. For more information about this group, please contact John on 0778 932 2693 or e-mail hearinglossgroup@gmail.com
    SAILORS REST CENTRE 230 HIGH STREET METHIL FIFE KY8 3EF

    0778 932 2693
  • Link Living

    LinkLiving provide a range of tailored services to meet individual's needs. We provide support to people in their own home to help them to live independently and accommodation support for people experiencing homelessness. The older person's service provides person-centred befriending support and have various social cafes in West Fife. Our employability service delivers various courses and opportunities to help people progress towards employment. We also have our supported self-help services providing one to one support for people who experienced trauma in childhood and for parents of children with autism. If you would like more information about the support we offer, please get in touch.
    West Bridge Mill, Bridge Street, Kirkcaldy, KY1 1TE

    enquiries@linkliving.org.uk
    01592 644048
  • Lomond Court

    Lomond Court Care Home is located in the heart of a residential community within the town of Glenrothes, a purpose-built 40 bedded accommodation which provides Dementia and Nursing care. Residents have a choice of lounge areas which feature comfortable and specially designed furnishings. Tastefully decorated and well-equipped bedrooms are bright, safe and comfortable. Short breaks subject to bed availability.
    LOMOND HOUSE WOODSIDE WAY GLENROTHES FIFE KY7 5RW

    careline@hc-one.co.uk
    01592 754489
  • Macmillan in East Scotland

    Our group tries to help improve the lives of people affected by cancer. Both those living with cancer and also their families and carers. Our primary focus is to reach and improve the lives of everyone living with cancer. For details on how we do this or any other information please refer to our website.
    pmacmillan@macmillan.org.uk
    0300 1000 200
  • Maggie's Dundee

    We help people take back control when cancer turns life upside down, with professional support for anything from treatment side effects to money worries. All our support is free and you don't need an appointment or referral. However, it is best to give us a call first during the coronavirus pandemic to find out if you can visit the centre.
    Dundee@maggies.org
    01382 632999
  • Maggie's Fife

    Maggie’s offers free practical, emotional and social support to people with cancer and their families and friends. Help is offered freely to anyone with any type of cancer. Simply drop-in at any time - you’re always welcome. Maggie's Fife is based at the Victoria Hospital, Kirkcaldy and is open Monday to Friday 9-5 for anyone affected by cancer.
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    fife@maggiescentres.org
    01592 647997
  • Male Carers Social Group

    Come along and enjoy crafts, songs and fun. The group is free to attend. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Second Saturday of the month. Please telephone Lindsay Davies or visit the Facebook page.
    157 COMMERCIAL STREET KIRKCALDY FIFE KY1 2NS

    Grant.Kidd@fifecarers.co.uk
    01592 205472
  • Marie Curie Helper Service

    One-to-one emotional support, companionship and information for people living with any terminal illness, and their families and carers. This service is available from the time of a person’s terminal prognosis and for their families after bereavement.
    PHYSICAL EDUCATION CENTRE ST LEONARDS ROAD ST ANDREWS FIFE KY16 9DY

    fifehelper@mariecirue.org.uk
    0800 090 2309
  • Matrix Fife

    Matrix Fife is a supported business which provides employment opportunities to people with disabilities. Matrix Fife produces a high quality range of products including furniture, Orthopaedic equipment , Soft furnishings , upholstery , Contract packaging and the refurbishment of occupational therapy equipment
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    InfoMatrix.Fife@fife.gov.uk
    01383 602217
  • Matthew Fyfe Home

    Matthew Fyfe offers Residential and Day Care Services. A Care Home offers an alternative home for people who are unable to remain safely in their own home. This service supports older people in a variety of settings to provide a positive experience for individuals and can give carers a break from their caring responsibilities. In order to ensure that we target resources that those with the highest needs, we use guidelines know as eligibility criteria, these criteria are graded based on the seriousness of risk to the individual. This assessment is undertaken by either the social work team or the resources staff.
    MATTHEW FYFE HOME BROOMHEAD DRIVE DUNFERMLINE FIFE KY12 9AQ

    sw.matthewfyfe-home@fife.gov.uk
    01383 602333
  • Meal Makers

    Meal Makers brings together those who love to cook and share food, with a local older neighbour who would really appreciate receiving a freshly prepared meal and a friendly chat. This simple but effective service support elderly people who might be isolated or lonely by pairing them up with a volunteer Cook in their community to share a weekly meal together. Find out more here - www.mealmakers.org.uk
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    hello@mealmakers.org.uk
    0800 783 7770
  • Mears Group

    Mears provides high quality and flexible care for older and disabled people who want to avoid costly nursing homes and would like to continue living in their own homes. We provide short term help after a hospital stay or longer term assistance with personal care, cooking, cleaning, medication or shopping. Whether you want one hour a week or live in care, our friendly, qualified care workers offer a wide range of care services. Although based in England we can offer care in Fife.
    privatecare.enquiries@mearsgroup.co.uk
    0870 607 1400
  • Men's Domestic Abuse Advice Line

    The Men's Domestic Abuse Advice Line is manned by a team of skilled professionals offering practical advice, information and emotional support to male victims of domestic violence, as well as to concerned friends and family and frontline workers. The service is run and managed by Respect. The focus is to increase the safety of men experiencing domestic violence (and the safety of their children). The line is open Monday to Friday 9:00am to 5:00pm.
    info@mensadviceline.org.uk
    0808 801 0327
  • Methil Kinship Carers Support Group

    A place for Kinship Carers to give peer support for other carers, to give help and support when and where needed. Come along for a coffee and a chat. Call us for more information. Meetings are held weekly within Methil Library. Please phone for the next available date.
    METHIL LIBRARY WELLESLEY ROAD METHIL FIFE KY8 3PA

    cfs@children1st.org.uk
    01334 659493
  • Methilhaven Care Home

    Methilhaven is a purpose built Local Authority residential care home registered to provide 24 hour care and support to 32 older people within 3 units, including 10 beds in a dedicated respite unit. There is also a day care service which is managed as an integral part of the home.
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    sw.MethilHaven-Home@fife.gov.uk
    01592 583326
  • 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.
    16 EAST FERGUS PLACE KIRKCALDY FIFE KY1 1XT

    info@centreforequalities.org.uk
    01592 645310
  • 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.
    ST BRYCE KIRK ST BRYCEDALE AVENUE KIRKCALDY FIFE KY1 1ET

    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 Fife Volunteering Service

    Volunteers make a huge difference to the lives of patients. Volunteering can contribute to raising individual self-esteem, self-confidence and the development of skills as well as to the regeneration of local communities and to society as a whole. NHS Fife has over 250 volunteers working across sites throughout Fife. If you are interested in volunteering please contact us.
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    josephinemitchell@nhs.net
    01592 740191
  • Newcross Healthcare Solutions

    We take pride in offering personalised care at home. Our highly trained members of staff are employed for their experience, skills but most importantly, their genuine compassion and desire to provide the high standard of care we expect. Whether you're making a first, tentative enquiry about the possibility of care or are looking for a new care provider, we are here to help.
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    kirkcaldy@newcrosshealthcare.com
    01592 323004
  • Northeden House

    Northeden House in Cupar is run by Fife Health and Social Care Partnership. Northeden provides a residential, respite and day care service for older people 7 days a week.
    NORTH EDEN HOUSE 57 EDEN PARK CUPAR FIFE KY15 4HT

    sw.northeden-house@fife.gov.uk
    01334 659321
  • Oran Care

    Oran Care Team offers a new approach to homecare for dementia. This specialist support service is for those living alone or for carers in need of respite from caring. Our carers are trained to specifically care for people with dementia providing a realistic alternative to residential care. Our individual therapy sessions help improve clients health and wellbeing allowing them make the most of day-to-day life.
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    info@orancare.com
    01334 652987
  • Orchardhead House

    Orchardhead House in Rosyth is a fine custom built home for older people. Care and consideration in the design enables our residents the freedom of movement to enjoy a true home from home. We are able to combine outstanding facilities with a high standard of professional care. Our care come is inspected by the Care Inspectorate and these inspection reports are available on request. We highly recommend that you visit to appreciate our high standards and experience the homely atmosphere. Our staff will be courteous and attentive ensuring your visit is both informative and enjoyable.
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    info@orchardheadhousecarehome.co.uk
    Care Home- 01383 420111 Office- 01383 411156
  • Ore Valley and Glen Housing Association

    We are primarily a social landlord, providing low-cost rented accommodation for individuals and families across Fife. Our Vision is for everyone to have the opportunity to lead healthy fulfilling lives. Our mission is working to provide good quality homes and support communities.
    ovha@orevalleyha.org.uk
    01592 721917
  • PAMIS

    PAMIS is a registered charity providing support for people with profound and multiple learning disabilities (PMLD), their family and carers and professionals. We offer practical help, advice, training and information, individual support, and contact with other families assistance with achieving better access to community resources, whether mainstream or specialist. Please visit the website for further information. PAMIS also have an accessible caravan at Haggerston Castle and a house in Aberfeldy which are adapted and suitable for short breaks.
    157 COMMERCIAL STREET KIRKCALDY FIFE KY1 2NS

    pamis@dundee.ac.uk
    01382 385154
  • Parkinsons Support Group Fife

    We aim to help people with Parkinson’s and their families throughout the whole of Fife. The branch offers support and friendship in various ways. Opportunities for members to meet, share experience and support each other. Information about health and lifestyle issues. Group activities – Meetings with Tai Chi, Art therapy, Singing for fun. Also Ten Pin Bowling, Indoor Bowling – a Walking group meet fortnightly. Beings 1pm with light lunch at Falkland Village Hall on 2nd Thursday of the month (excluding July & August). Talks and slide shows from guest speakers at various venues in Fife Fund raising events
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    j.minhinick@btinternet.com
    01383 860145
  • Peace of Mind Community Groups Fife

    Introducing Peace of Mind – Connecting Communities in Fife. Peace of Mind is a social enterprise company which helps individuals with disabilities or long term illness to explore what is happening near them and to connect with other parts of their community. Peace of Mind will help you to explore your interests and will support you to find other people, groups or businesses in your area that either share the same interests as you or maybe even have a job that you would be good at doing. We will support you to think about the things you’d like to do with your life and help you to make plans and set goals that will help you to achieve these. www.facebook.com/PeaceOfMind
    Peace of Mind Office, c/o St Clair Centre, Bank Street, Kirkcaldy, KY1 3DT

    jim@peaceofmind.scot
    01290 430323 or 07824727694
  • People First (Fife)

    People First (Fife) is part of People First (Scotland), the independent collective self-advocacy organisation, run by and for adults with learning difficulties (disabilities) aged 16 and over. The organisation is based on clear values of independence, involvement and peer support and enables individuals with a learning difficulty to advocate for themselves and to have a voice. Self-advocacy can change lives and the way people feel about themselves.
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    andrea.ladyka@peoplefirstscotland.org
    01383 624885
  • Podiatry Service NHS Fife

    The department of Podiatry is responsible for the safe and effective care of patients who receive podiatry care at home known as domiciliary podiatry. This service is for people who are housebound and have problems with your feet that affect their daily life. If you are not housebound you will be requested to attend your local clinic. Please click on the title above which will take you to an NHS Fife webpage containing further information.
    01592 647199 (Mon-Fri 08.00-16.30)
  • Quarriers Epilepsy Fieldwork Service

    Quarriers Epilepsy Fieldwork Service offers a range of services for people with epilepsy, their carers and professionals. The Epilepsy Fieldwork Service offers up to date information on epilepsy, support for people to make informed choices and help, information and support to individuals of all ages and their families.
    2 WILLOW DRIVE KIRKCALDY FIFE KY1 2LF

    efw.fife@quarriers.org.uk
    01592 644307
  • RNIB Pathways

    Support for visually impaired children and young people and a monthly Carers Café for all the family with activities, speakers and opportunities to meet other parents. Toy library with sensory toys and a sensory room. Contact Janice Bain.
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    pathway@rnib.org.uk
    01592 644979/646015
  • Rachel House Children's Hospice (CHAS) Kinross

    Rachel House hospice is a purpose-built ‘home from home’ providing accommodation for eight families from across Scotland at any one time. A children's hospice offers a place where families can relax, recharge their batteries and have fun with their children. Expert care is on hand to help them make the most of each day and live life to the full. It is not possible to have as many people or visitors in the hospice as normal due to the need to observe social distancing so we temporarily have fewer beds available in each hospice. We continue to work alongside NHS colleagues as we deliver our hospice and at-home care during covid19.
    libbygold@chas.org.uk
    01577 865777
  • Real Life Options

    Real Life Options supports people with learning disabilities or autism to make choices and live their lives the way they want to. We provide a wide range of support to people with learning disabilities and elderly people in care homes and private homes across the UK, including everything from a few hours help each week up to 24-hour support. For further information please visit the website or phone us.
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     info@reallifeoptions.org
    01383 842947
  • RealLiving's befriending service

    RealLiving provides a volunteer befriending service for older people over the age of 65 affected by social isolation in West Fife. The service matches trained volunteers with vulnerable older people to provide person-centred one to one befriending support in people’s homes and in their communities. We also have two weekly friendship cafes - one at Torryburn Community Hall, Torryburn on Tuesdays 10.30am - 12.30pm and other at Parkgate Community Centre, Rosyth on Wednesdays 10.30 - 12.30 where members can get together for a blether, a cuppa and some activities.
    3 BRIDGE STREET KIRKCALDY FIFE KY1 1TE

    amzu.jamal@linkliving.org.uk
    07834 181922
  • Restoration Fife

    Come meet for coffee and get connected to our recovery community throughout Fife! Weekly cafes in Glenrothes, Leven and Dunfermline with various outings throughout Fife. We want everyone who is serious about kicking drug and alcohol addiction to come together and get involved in our activities. We provide an ideal way to meet others and get involved in activities that reduce isolation, build skills and aid recovery such as gardening, media, physical exercise, outings and crafts.
    restorationfife@gmail.com
    07501 176234
  • Ring and Ride

    This is a door-to-door service that you must call and book in advance. The bus will call at your door and will take you anywhere within the local area. All our buses have very low steps or a lift. The driver is always on hand to help you and will assist you on and off the bus if you want. Ring & Ride currently operates within the following areas:. Kirkcaldy, Levenmouth - (Leven/Buckhaven/Methil/Methilhill, Kennoway, Windygates), Dunfermline (including Rosyth) and Glenrothes
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    fife.bus@fife.gov.uk
    03451 55 11 88
  • Rosyth Foodbank

    Rosyth Foodbank is listed on the Dunfermline Foodbank website. Please click on title above to take you to the website. Opening times are Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 4-6pm at Rosyth Parish Church.
    82 QUEENSFERRY ROAD ROSYTH FIFE KY11 2PQ

    info@dunfermline.foodbank.org.uk
    07580 231286
  • Royal Voluntary Service

    Royal Voluntary Service can help older people maintain their independence and stay involved in the local community. We have volunteers across Fife who offer help and support so older people can stay independent at home in Dunfermline, Kirkcaldy, Glenrothes, Leven, St Andrews, Cupar and the surrounding areas.
    16 EAST FERGUS PLACE KIRKCALDY FIFE KY1 1XT

    fifegnhs@royalvoluntaryservice.org.uk
    01592 269654
  • Sacro

    From providing conflict resolution that prevents disputes from escalating to supporting prisoners on release, we'll work with you to repair harm and reduce conflict and reoffending.
    24 HILL STREET KIRKCALDY FIFE KY1 1HX

    infofife@sacro.org.uk
    01592 593100
  • Scottish Autism

    We provide autism-specific services and help those diagnosed with autism to lead full and enriched lives and become valuable members of the community they live in. We also seek to share our knowledge with parents, carers and other professionals in order to support the development of skills and strategies needed to provide the best care and support for people with autism.
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    joanne.cowan@scottishautism.org
    0845 3009273
  • Scottish Nursing Guild

    Scottish Nursing Guild provides the right nurse, at the right time and in the right place, when you need them most. You can trust our team to be honest, reliable and responsive 24 hours a day, every day. Our office is in Edinburgh but we provide nurses in the Fife area.
    callcentre@nursingguild.com
    0131 229 9988
  • Scottish Stammering Network

    Kirkcaldy Support Group - run by stammerers for stammerers. First Saturday monthly (not January) Dean Park Hotel, Kirkcaldy 10am -12noon Free to attend It might seem a bit daunting to come along to a group like this for the first time but everyone is very friendly and there to help each other. People who attend have given excellent feedback on how the groups have really been of benefit to them. No one is put on the spot and the Chairperson of the meeting always introduces new people.
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    info@stammeringscotland.org
    07815 805671
  • Seescape Vision Support Service

    People with a learning disability are 10 times more likely to have serious sight problems, and this will be much higher for people who also have complex needs. A visual assessment and full report will cover independence and life skills, and will relate to the young person's interests, abilities and aspirations for the future. For further information about arranging a visual assessment please contact Seescape.
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    info@seescape.org.uk
    01592 646015
  • Sense Scotland

    Sense Scotland was formalised as a charity in 1985. It grew from its beginnings as a small group of families pressing for services for their children, who were affected by deafblindness. Since then, the organisation has gone on to successfully support thousands of disabled people and their families, in thousands of projects and services. Sense Scotland offer services in Glenrothes and other parts of Fife. For more information please contact us.
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    info@sensescotland.org.uk
    0300 3309292
  • Sensory Support - Deaf Learners

    The Sensory Support (Deaf) Service supports young people who have been identified as deaf and their families. We provide support from the age of identification through to school leaving age. Every deaf young person is different and the support they need will vary. The family is at the centre of any support as they have a unique understanding of their child. We provide different types of support to fit the individual circumstances of each child and their family.
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    sensory.support@fife.gov.uk
    01592 583376
  • Shared Lives Fife

    Shared Lives Fife provides family-based care to adults and older people with physical and mental health difficulties in the homes of carers across Fife.  The service aims to match families, or individuals, who are willing to share their homes, lives, interests, experience and skills with adults who need support to help them live their lives to the full.
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    sharedlives.fife@fife.gov.uk
    03451 555555 ext 460677
  • SmartLiving

    SmartLiving recruits young people aged 16 to 25 and provides supported volunteering opportunities. The main opportunity is peer education where volunteers are given training to be able to share their experiences of the realities of living independently and how difficult it can be. This project can cover anything from teaching young people how to prepare for living on their own to generally raising the issue of homelessness among young people.
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    nicky.paton@linkliving.org.uk
    01324 873749
  • Storehouse Food Bank

    We are a food bank situated on the Largo Road in St Andrews. We are open for food parcels on Tuesdays and Thursdays between 11am and 1pm. A referral is needed and these can be obtained from health visitors, GPs, Job clubs, the Welfare Fund or CARF, for example.
    VINEYARD CENTRE 62A LARGO ROAD ST ANDREWS FIFE KY16 8RP

    storehouse@kingdomvineyard.com
    01334 474940
  • Support Living Service Quarriers Fife

    Quarriers Supported Living Service based in Cowdenbeath supports adults with learning disabilities and mental health challenges in their move from a hospital setting to community living.
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    enquiries@quarriers.org.uk
    01383 512548
  • Sycamore Project

    Aberlour’s Sycamore Service is a community based cluster of integrated residential, education and fostering services. Over the past 30 years we have earned an excellent reputation for working with children and young people who have experienced disadvantage and trauma as a result of early childhood experiences.
    1A1 WEST BRIDGE MILL BRIDGE STREET KIRKCALDY FIFE KY1 1TE

    sycamore@aberlour.org.uk
    01592 591500
  • The Compassionate Friends

    The Compassionate Friends (TCF) is a charitable organisation of bereaved parents, siblings and grandparents dedicated to the support and care of other similarly bereaved family members who have suffered the death of a child or children of any age and from any cause. There is a local contact and support group in Glenrothes. Our helpline will provide contact details on request contact.
    helpline@tcf.org.uk
    0345 123 2304 helpline
  • The Cottage Family Centre

    The Cottage Family Centre was originally developed by a group of local parents and established in 1987. Its purpose is to provide a family centre, serving Kirkcaldy which caters for the needs of families with pre-school children.
    The Cottage family centre, 29-31 Cawdor crescent, Kirkcaldy, Ky2 6LH

    administration@thecottagefamilycentre.org.uk
    01592 269489
  • The East Neuk Recovery Group Initiative

    The East Neuk Recovery Group Initiative (ENeRGI) provides support and information for people who have experienced, or are experiencing, mental health and/or substance misuse issues as well as their carers. We provide a range of services: a Drop-In Centre open Monday to Friday 10-2pm, Short Term and Long Term Housing Support Services (practical and emotional personalised support at home), a Befriending Support Service and a Self-Directed Support Brokerage Service. We also offer Welfare Benefits advice and support and assistance to access other services wider afield. We welcome anyone who feels they can benefit from the support and information services we provide, just give us a call. We strive to be accessible and responsive. We offer a range of supported volunteering placements. We actively work to raise awareness, promote positive mental health, tackle stigma and misunderstanding and promote recovery. We're looking forward to hearing from you.
    32 EAST STREET ST MONANS FIFE KY10 2AT

    energirecovery@btconnect.com
    01333 730477
  • The Friendship Cabin

    The Friendship Cabin is an Adult Day Service that is run by volunteers and the programmes planned offer a wide range of social and educational activities to users which helps maintain participant's engagement in community life. Performed in a group setting, our activities help increase the participant's interaction with others.
    42 WOODSIDE WAY GLENROTHES FIFE KY7 5DF

    pearlngeorge@hotmail.com
    07423 154632
  • The Gilven Project

    The Gilven Project, Glenrothes is a collection of projects working with homeless and vulnerable people across Fife. Gilven House is the operational base and contains 10 bed spaces for homeless women between the ages of 16-25. Referrals come through Fife Council. Our clients will work with their key worker to build on their independent living skills to work towards moving on to a scatter flat. The Social Enterprise project works with clients to produce crafts and gifts for the home.
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    Muriel.Bradford@fife.gov.uk
    01592 744849
  • The Linda Tremble Foundation

    We run informal, peer led, safe and confidential support for people affected by difficulties with disordered eating, poor relationships with exercise or food or body image concerns. The groups aim to provide a supportive, recovery focused space to sufferers and carers in Fife and Perth. We also support sufferers in Glasgow. We started support groups in Kirkcaldy in November 2015 and we normally meet on the first Tuesday of each month at St. Bryce Kirk. We are also starting a Befriending Scheme to offer One-to-One support. Later this year we plan to run Carer Workshops based on the "New Maudsley Approach".
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    enquiries@lindatremblefoundation.org.uk
    07815 799397
  • The Muirhead Outreach Project

    Our aim is to support children and their families, keeping them together in their own communities. We offer services to children, young people and families experiencing difficulties. The packages of support are tailor-made to meet individual circumstances. We work in a variety of different ways including group work, 1-2-1 support, advocacy, practical support for families and emotional support for children and families.
    7 PENTLAND COURT GLENROTHES FIFE KY6 2DA

    managers@muirhead-outreach.org.uk
    01592 358713
  • The National Autistic Society

    If you are an autistic child or adult, or a family member, we provide local specialist help, information and care across Scotland. Our wide range of personalised quality support at home and in the community, both in groups and one-to-one, is here to help you. Our branches in Scotland offer families and autistic people help and mutual support. Our employment team support autistic people in work and their employers.
    supportercare@nas.org.uk
    Autism helpline 0808 800 4104
  • The Prince's Trust In Fife

    The Prince's Trust is a youth charity that helps change young lives. We give practical and financial support, developing key workplace skills such as confidence and motivation. We work with 13 to 30-year-olds who have struggled at school, have been in care, are long-term unemployed or have been in trouble with the law.
    customer.services@princes-trust.org.uk
    0800 842 842
  • The Richmond Fellowship Scotland

    The Richmond Fellowship Scotland is a charity which supports people with a broad range of needs to live as independently as possible in their own homes and communities. We provide personalised, high-quality community-based support services for those who require support in their lives. Some may have mental health difficulties, learning disabilities or autism; others may have dementia, alcohol or drug issues or forensic backgrounds.
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    sstuart@trfs.org.uk
    01592 774967
  • The Whispering Women - Cowdenbeath

    Whispering women is a Cowdenbeath based charity for women who can come and talk to each other, get support with mental wellbeing and anything else they need to talk about. We are there to help each other.
    thewhisperingwomen@gmail.com
    07759 009182
  • Vivarium Trust

    The Vivarium Trust is a charitable trust promoting cohousing in Fife, particularly for Seniors. TWe aim to promote affordable co-housing, especially for older people, to inform, educate, research and advise and share information on co-housing. Currently under exploration, a new Cohousing Project in Fife is close to reaching a point where we will be ready to announce it specifically.
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    vivarium1@gmail.com
    01250 876345
  • 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
  • West Fife Helping Hands Club

    We are a registered charity that caters for Young People and Adults with Various Disabilities. We meet in Rosyth Baptist Church on Thursday nights from 1845 to 2045 providing a social place to mix with people of similar needs. We do various activities such as karaoke, baking, disco, film nights, games and arts and crafts. You can find more about us on our Facebook page. We do fundraising to enable us to take the members on day trips or a pantomime and our annual Christmas party.
    52 THISTLE STREET DUNFERMLINE FIFE KY12 0JA

    susanwfhhclub@btinternet.com
    01383 736693
  • Who Cares? Scotland

    We provide independent advocacy for children and young people in care up to 25-years-old. We seek to influence the development of legislation, policies and good practice which has an effect on the lives of care experienced young people. We believe that those who have been in care are the experts in their own experience. That means they have a lot to offer and must be consulted by those in power.
    hello@whocaresscotland.org
    0141 226 4441
  • Wiltshire Farm Foods (Perth Office)

    Wiltshire Farm Foods deliver ready meals to your door. Meals are stored in your freezer and cooked in the microwave or oven. Minimum order £15. Delivery is free. Chefs use fresh, quality ingredients. Soft, pureed or bite sized foods are also available for people with swallowing difficulties. The East half of Fife is covered by the Perth franchise. Please contact the office to request a brochure or visit the UK website for more detailed information www.wiltshirefarmfoods.com
    01307 552012
  • intandem

    intandem is Scotland’s mentoring programme for young people looked after at home and who are aged 8-14. It is delivered in Fife by Kirkcaldy YMCA. The intandem programme reflects how important it is for all young people to have at least one long term relationship with a positive adult role-model. intandem will match young people with trained volunteers and support them to build a trusting, supportive and secure relationship for as long as they need it.
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    intandem@ymcakirkcaldy.co.uk
    01592 645537