Mental Health

Mental Health

  • ADAPT

    The ADAPT Substance Recovery project provides early intervention and access to recovery for anyone in Fife concerned about a growing alcohol or drug problem. ADAPT is a project run by Fife Alcohol Support Service (FASS). We offer advice, access to services and counselling for individuals and family members worried about alcohol or drugs including legal highs (New Psychoactive Substances) and prescribed medications.
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    enquiries@fassaction.org.uk
    01592 321321
  • Access Therapies Fife

    Access Therapies Fife is part of Fife's Health and Social Care Partnership's Psychology Service. Am NHS Service offering a range of free psychological therapies to adults.
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    Fife-uhb.atfife@nhs.net
    01383 565427
  • Addaction Fife Harm Reduction Service

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

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

    We are a peer to peer support group for men over 18 to help them through life. Our Facebook page is for everyone to follow and share to help us challenge the stigmas of mental health and to promote suicide prevention across the whole of the UK. A peer to peer support group for men over 18 takes place on Monday evenings from 19.00-21.00 (except Bank Holidays). www.andysmanclub.co.uk. Facebook - andysmanclub. Twitter - andysmanclubuk
    Erskine Building, 4 Pilmuir Street, Dunfermline

    info@andysmanclubco.uk
  • Andy's Man Club Glenrothes

    We are a peer to peer support group for men over 18 to help them through life. Our Facebook page is for everyone to follow and share to help us challenge the stigmas of mental health and to promote suicide prevention across the whole of the UK. A peer to peer support group for men over 18 takes place on Monday evenings form 19.00-21.00 in Collydean Community Centre in Glenrothes
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    info@collydeancommunitycentre.co.uk
    01592 742913
  • Andy's Man Club St Andrews

    We are a peer to peer support group for men over 18 to help them through life. Our Facebook page is for everyone to follow and share to help us challenge the stigmas of mental health and to promote suicide prevention across the whole of the UK. A peer to peer support group for men over 18 takes place on Monday evenings from 19.00-21.00 (except Bank Holidays). www.andysmanclub.co.uk Facebook - andysmanclub. Twitter - andysmanclubuk
    St Andrews

    info@andysmanclub.co.uk
  • Befriending Service ENeRGI

    ENeRGI provides a befriending service for people with mental health and/or substance misuse issues and their carers. They aim to provide a personalised service that will reduce social isolation and loneliness.
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    energirecovery@btconnect.com
    07966292375/07966791840
  • 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
  • Breathing Space

    We are a free, confidential, 'phone service for anyone experiencing low mood, depression or anxiety. We are here in times of difficulty to provide a safe and supportive space by listening, offering advice and providing information. It is our belief and hope that by empowering people, they will have the resources to recover. The service also provides a Webchat service which can be accessed via the website: www.breathingspace.scot Our service is open from 6pm till 2am Mon to Thursday and from 6pm on Friday till 6am on Monday.
    info@breathingspacescotland.co.uk
    0800 83 85 87
  • Bullying UK

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

    Charis counselling is a not for profit charitable organisation which offers a free professional counselling and art therapy service. CHARIS counsellors address a wide range of issues with individuals who refer to them.
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    enquiries@charisfoundation.co.uk
    01592 744632
  • 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
  • Contact Point Kirkcaldy and Buckhaven

    Barony's drop-in centres in Buckhaven and Kirkcaldy offer opportunities for people to meet and develop their interests together. Contact Point and provides open access, community based day services that aim to promote and maintain good mental health within the community, to all. Further information is available on our website.
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    contact.fifeteam@baronyha.org.uk
    0345 140 7777
  • 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
  • Counselling Directory

    Counselling Directory is an online mental health resource hub and directory hosting over 15,000 professional counsellors and therapists. Offering expert articles written by registered counsellors, events hosted by the therapists and fact sheets providing help and information on a variety of mental health conditions, you can search for a counsellor by entering your postcode to find a therapist in your area.
    info@counselling-directory.org.uk
    0333 325 250
  • Couple Counselling Fife

    Confidential counselling service for people -regardless of race, religion, marital status or sexual orientation- who have difficulties and anxieties in their marriage or intimate personal relationships.
    inforsccf@btconnect.com
    01592 597444
  • Covid 19 - Bereavement Counselling

    PETAL Support has been providing bereavement counselling for people experiencing trauma and loss for more than 25 years. Due to Covid-19, there has been a significant increase in families from across Scotland experiencing the trauma and loss due to the sudden death of a loved one. In response to this and thanks to Scottish Government Wellbeing Fund support, PETAL are now accepting referrals from families who have lost a loved one through Covid-19.
    info@petalsuppport.com
    01698 324 502
  • Covid 19 - Clear your Head Website

    We’re living through unfamiliar times right now and the coronavirus outbreak has changed how we live day to day. If you feel confused, stressed or anxious at some point, you’re not alone. It is important to look after both your physical and mental health. If things are becoming a bit much, it’s important to talk to someone about how you are feeling. The tips on this website can help.
  • 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 - 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 - 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 - 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 - 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 - 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.
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    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
  • Cruse Bereavement Care Scotland

    Cruse Bereavement Care exists to help all who are bereaved. It offers counselling, advice and information on personal matters and opportunities for contact with others. Cruse has locations throughout Fife where it is able to see clients and publishes a wide range of helpful resources and leaflets. Please get in touch or visit the website for further information.
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    east@crusescotland.org.uk
    National Phoneline 0845 600 2227
  • Curnie Club

    Curnie Clubs help people who have fallen into isolation or loneliness. Curnie is an old Scots word for a small group or number, as Clubs are - run with the support of trained counsellors. With therapeutic input, Members help each other back into community. This is firstly within the Clubs, but also on, to Members’ chosen activities in the wider community. The Clubs restore confidence and self-esteem and help combat depression and anxiety, which commonly accompany loneliness and isolation. Above all however, they are friendly and welcoming social groups, where people engage in various activities. Clubs are running in several Fife towns to date – Kirkcaldy, Dunfermline, Glenrothes, Cupar, Methil and Cowdenbeath, with more planned.
    donald.grieve@fassaction.org.uk
    07748 631417
  • Depression Alliance

    At Depression Alliance we bring people together to end the loneliness and isolation that so often comes with depression. Our support network is a safe, friendly and easy way to share understanding, information and friendship through depression and recovery. Whether you’re currently going through depression or you’re exploring recovery, we can put you in touch with others who understand, through our self-help groups or through Friends in Need.
    info@depressionalliance.org
    0207 407 7584
  • 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
  • Enlighten Cupar

    Enlighten Cupar is a health and wellbeing hub promoting positive mental health in the heart of the community in different ways. Please visit the website or Facebook page for further information and to see the wide range of activities and events on offer.
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    info@enlightencupar.co.uk
    07415 008628
  • Evergreen (SAMH)

    Evergreen is a SAMH service promoting recovery & wellbeing using horticulture in Kirkcaldy and Dunfermline People participating take part in a structured gardening programme which Develops mental health coping strategies, using horticultural approaches Promotes your health and wellbeing Enhances your employability skills Provides education and training in horticulture Referral can be through Self Referral Job Centre Plus GP Social Worker Support Worker or CPN
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    dave.ross@samh.org.uk
    01592 260534
  • Express Group (Fife) Ltd

    For over 40 years, people in Fife experiencing poor mental health/well-being have been able to turn to Express Groups to help them cope and recover. The aim of our Groups is to give opportunities for self-help and social activities, to provide a place where users can share experiences, and offer mutual support all of which helps reduce social isolation and is seen as early intervention. We also provide assistance on a one to one basis with the development of individual recovery plans.
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    info@expressgroupfife.org.uk
    01592 645331
  • Fife Alcohol Support Service

    We are a charitable organisation that provides alcohol counselling and psychotherapy services for people 16 and over within the community of Fife.
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    enquiries@fassaction.org.uk
    01592 206200
  • 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.
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    alcohol.druginfo@fife.gov.uk
    03451 55 55 55 + Ext 446153
  • Fife Bipolar Group

    During Covid19 the Fife Bipolar Group has joined online with the Forth Valley Group for the duration of lockdown. Anyone who lives with bipolar in either location is very welcome to attend these online meetings through Zoom. Friends/family/carers/partners of people with a bipolar diagnosis are equally welcome to attend. The meetings are free and you don't have to be a Bipolar Scotland member to take part. Meetings take place on the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of the month at 7pm. If you would like to join please email Graeme Bowman on graemeb@bipolarscotland.org.uk
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    info@bipolarscotland.org.uk
    0141 560 2050
  • Fife Boomerang

    Provide a service to individuals experiencing mental health problems by offering outings to various places, our aim is improve confidence and reduce isolation
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    fifeboomerang@yahoo.co.uk
    01592 775650
  • 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.
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    sw.ses@fife.gov.uk
    01592 583142
  • Fife Employment Access Trust ( FEAT )

    Fife Employment Access Trust (FEAT) was set up in 1994 by a small group of people concerned about the lack of employment opportunities for people in Fife who had experience of mental health problems. Today, we have over 25 years of experience of directly supporting people to better self-manage their conditions and prepare for, access and sustain employment (or other meaningful activities such as volunteering and further education)
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    info@feat.org.uk
    01592 759371
  • Fife Families

    The Fife Families Support Project is part of Support in Mind Scotland. It exists to promote the health and wellbeing of people in Fife caring for a relative or friend with severe and enduring mental ill health. This can be through one to one support at home, in the office, or somewhere else that's convenient, providing telephone support, providing information about mental illness, treatments and services or offer self-help support groups. Their services are free and confidential.
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    fifeservices@supportinmindscotland.org.uk
    01592 268388
  • Fife Hearing Voices Network

    Fife Hearing Voices Network is a service user led project. Members contribute to the project's running in many ways, from planning group programmes to actively taking part in the ongoing development of the project. If you would like to talk to someone on an individual basis, then you can either write to us or contact us by telephone or by visiting the website
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    fifeservices@supportinmindscotland.org.uk
    01592 268388
  • Fife Individual Placement and Support (Fife IPS)

    Fife IPS is a supported employment service for people with complex, ongoing mental health conditions. It provides an individually tailored service offering a wide range of advice, assistance and support to people who have a mental health condition and who want to find and sustain employment.
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    info@fifeips.co.uk
    01592 751859
  • Fife Intensive Rehabilitation & Substance Misuse Team

    Fife Intensive Rehabilitation and Substance Misuse Team (FIRST), provides a Fife-wide community based rehabilitation service to individuals aged 16+ with substance misuse problems via one to one, group and volunteer support. Our overarching aim and purpose is to provide a quality rehabilitation service to clients who wish to change their lifestyle.
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    enquiries@firstforfife.co.uk
    01592 585960
  • Fife Mental Health Arts and Film Festival

    Mental health is just as important as physical health. We should all take care of our own mental health and that of others, and challenge stigma and discrimination. We hope that Fife's Festival events give you the opportunity to gain knowledge and information , find out about support services , experience how being creative can help you to feel better . For more information or to get involved with next year's Festival contact us
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    shona.mcewan@fife.gov.uk
    03451 55 55 55 Ext 442134
  • Fife Rape and Sexual Assault Centre

    Fife Rape and Sexual Assault (FRASAC), is an independent voluntary organisation offering a range of free and confidential counselling and support services to anyone, male or female, who has been raped or sexually assaulted at some point in their lives.
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    info@frasac.org.uk
    01592 642336
  • 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 Self Harm Project

    The Fife Self Harm Project was opened in 2005 to provide a support service to people who self-harm. We also explore the needs of family, carers and professionals in contact with people who self-harm. The Project supports people aged 18 and over with a range of services including drop-ins, coffee mornings and one to one sessions, as well as working throughout Fife to raise awareness of self-harm issues
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    east@penumbra.org.uk
    01383 747 788
  • 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
  • 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
  • Going Forth (SAMH)

    Going Forth offers mental health support to individuals aged 16+. We facilitate a range of 2 hour workshops in a group setting over 14 weeks. The workshops are designed to help people develop their knowledge, confidence and skills to self-manage their mental health. The workshops offer opportunity to get together with others to hear about successful approaches, learn from each other and introduce strategies to make positive changes. Individuals can self-refer. Contact by phone or email to refer
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    goingforth@samh.org.uk
    01383 623179
  • Hands On Scotland Website

    HandsOn is a website that provides help and practical advice for supporting children and young people's mental health and emotional wellbeing in Fife.
    Playfield Institute, Stratheden Hospital, cupar, KY15 5RR

    handson@nhs.net
  • Health and Work Support

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

    The In Care Survivors Service Scotland, a partnership led by Open Secret, is a trauma informed counselling and advocacy support service for adults who suffered childhood abuse in care and their families. Providing locally based development workers across Scotland to offer survivors and their families support, advocacy and confidential counselling. See the KASP information on this website for more local information and support.
    Info@wellbeingscotland.org
    0800 121 6027
  • Kingdom Abuse Survivors Project (KASP)

    KASP provides counselling and support to anyone effected by childhood sexual abuse in order to eliminate the debilitating effects that childhood sexual abuse can have on adult survivors. We work with anyone over the age of 16. KASP also offers training to professionals to raise awareness of childhood sexual abuse.
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    info@kasp.org.uk
    01592 644217
  • LINK Fife Mental Health Befriending Project

    Befriending for 11-18 year olds living in the East Fife, Levenmouth and Glenrothes areas and 18-65 year olds living in East Fife and Levenmouth who are experiencing isolation as a result of their mental health. Individuals are supported to go out and take part in leisure and community activities with their befriender and there are also group social events. Referral through statutory and voluntary sector professionals.
    senga@linkbefriendingef.org.uk
    07926 923927
  • LOST - Lee O'Brien Solvent Trust

    The Lee O'Brien Solvent Trust is the only Scottish charity dedicated to Volatile Substance Abuse, more commonly known as Solvent Abuse. Our aim is to prevent the deaths of more young people by offering education and support services to anyone affected by, or worried about Volatile Solve Abuse. We provide Family Meditation and Support. Please contact us for more information.
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    lostofficeleven@tiscali.co.uk
    07809 330123
  • 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
  • Mental Health & Wellbeing Football - Dunfermline AFC

    As Dunfermline Athletics' Mental Health Ambassador, Eddie helps to promote mental health within the football club, organise and run mental health courses and workshops, engage with supporters’ clubs and work closely with the Pars Foundation.
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    enquiries@dafc.co.uk
    01383 724295
  • Mental Health and Wellbeing Football

    The Pars Foundation are offering FREE sessions of fun football sessions at Pitreavie Sports and Soccer Centre every Monday 2.00pm-3.30pm Open to all genders and abilities for more information email kelly@parsfoundation.co.uk
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    kelly@parsfoundation.co.uk
    01383 745901
  • Mood café Website

    Mood café is a website developed by NHS Fife to support mental health and wellbeing. We have produced and collated information and resources relevant to various common psychological problems. If the mood takes you, why not check out our resources, browse the self-help guides and visit recommended websites.
    enquiries@moodcafe.co.uk
  • Narcotics Anonymous

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

    Provides a range of flexible, responsive and person-centred mental health services for vulnerable young people in Fife, who are in transition to adulthood and have complex problems.
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    fifeyp@penumbra.org.uk
    01592-201872
  • Respect ME

    Respect ME, Scotland’s anti-bullying service, was launched in March 2007. The service is fully funded by the Scottish Government and is managed by SAMH (Scottish Association for Mental Health) in partnership with LGBT Youth Scotland. Our vision is of a respecting, just, equal and inclusive Scotland in which all children and young people can live free from bullying and harassment and are encouraged to reach their full potential. Our work is driven by a focus on children’s rights. We work with all adults involved in the lives of children and young people to give them the practical skills and confidence to deal with children who are bullied and those who bully others.
    enquire@respectme.org.uk
    0844 800 8600
  • 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
  • SHOUT

    ‘SHOUT’ is a free and confidential mental health text message service, available 24/7, for people of all ages. Text SHOUT to 85258 when in need of support and you will receive an automated text asking you the nature of your problem. You will then be connected to a Shout Volunteer Shout supports people experiencing any type of personal mental health concern, such as anxiety, abuse, isolation or grief.
    onyourdoorstep.fife@fife.gov.uk
    Text 85258
  • 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
  • Safe Space

    Safe Space offers 1-1 counselling and groupwork to people of 12 years upwards who have suffered sexual abuse in childhood. Our services are free, independent and impartial, and our workers are professionally trained. Appointments 10am to 8pm Monday to Thursday.
    29B CANMORE STREET DUNFERMLINE FIFE KY12 7NU

    contact@safe-space.co.uk
    01383 739084
  • Saje Scotland

    Saje deliver courses that help make sense of the abuse you have experienced or are still experiencing. It will reduce the shame and blame you are maybe feeling and help you start the healing process. The courses help you move forward with your life and let you know you are not the only one. Courses are still taking place online via Zoom: a video conferencing platform. Each group meeting runs for 1-2 hrs per week. We'll have morning, noon and evening groups running, to make the programme as accessible as possible. We'll discuss with participants which works best for them upon referral. Participants will need an internet connection, plus a smartphone, tablet, or computer compatible with Zoom to attend. We can help them get things set up.
    Ore Valley Business Centre, 93 Main Street , Lochgelly, KY5 9AF

    info@sajescotland.org
    07909 482279 or 07887 248354 or 07921 75953
  • Sam's Mental Health Drop In (SAMH) Burntisland

    Sam's is a mental health drop-in for people aged 16 years plus. Sam's offers support for mental health issues, crisis and suicidal thoughts. Sam's offers peer support, the team at Sam's have their own lived experience of mental health issues and recovery. Open Thursdays 12 noon to 8pm in the Toll Communitiy Hub, Burntisland.
    Toll Community Hub, 183 High Street, Burntisland, KY3 9AE

    sams.cafe@samh.org.uk
    07725214012 (Thursday)
  • Sam's Mental Health Drop In (SAMH) Dunfermline

    Sam's is a mental health drop-in for people aged 16 years plus. Sam's offers support for mental health issues, crisis and suicidal thoughts. Sam's offers peer support, the team at Sam's have their own lived experience of mental health issues and recovery. Open Thursday and Sunday from 12 noon to 8pm in First House, Woodmill Road, Dunfermline
    First House, Woodmill Road, Dunfermline, KY11 4SS

    sams.cafe@samh.org.uk
    07725214012 (Thurs & Sun)
  • Sam's Mental Health Drop In (SAMH) Kirkcaldy

    Sam's is a mental health drop-in for people aged 16 years plus. Sam's offers support for mental health issues, crisis and suicidal thoughts. Sam's offers peer support, the team at Sam's have their own lived experience of mental health issues and recovery. Open Monday and Friday from 12 noon to 8pm at Greener Kirkcaldy, 8 East Fergus Place.
    Greener Kirkcaldy, 8 East Fergus Place, Kirkcaldy, KY1 1XT

    sams.cafe@samh.org.uk
    07971892886 (Mon & Fri)
  • Sam's Mental Health Drop in (SAMH) Leven

    Sam's is a mental health drop-in for people aged 16 years plus. Sam's offers support for mental health issues, crisis and suicidal thoughts. Sam's offers peer support, the team at Sam's have their own lived experience of mental health issues and recovery. Open Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday from 12 noon to 8pm in Forth Street Hall, Leven.
    Forth Street Hall, Forth Street, Leven, KY8 4PF

    sams.cafe@samh.org.uk
    07568127735 (Tues, Wed & Sat)
  • Samaritans

    Samaritans is available round the clock, every single day of the year, for anyone who is struggling to cope. You can call Samaritans for free from any phone on 116 123, email them at jo@samaritans.org or visit samaritans.org to find details of your nearest branch
    jo@samaritans.org
    116 123 or 01592 654242 or 01383 722222
  • Scotland's Domestic Abuse and Forced Marriage Helpline

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

    The Scottish Recovery Network (SRN), is a non-profit initiative whose goal is to make mental health recovery a reality for all. To do this they want to see a greater awareness and expectation of mental health recovery across Scotland and so use a strategic approach in communications to help achieve this. They also conduct research, provide learning and development focused recovery and peer support to help people achieve the mental health recovery they need.
    info@scottishrecovery.net
    0141 240 7790
  • Silverburn Park

    Silverburn Park is currently being regenerated as a space for wellbeing by Fife Employment Access Trust. There are plans to renovate the listed Flax Mill as a café, youth hostel and museum, and also to create a campsite. Visitors can already treat themselves to a toastie and cuppa at The Cottage Window Café, and explore the Walled Garden and Edibles Growing Project. If you want to find out more, or volunteer for one of our projects, please get in touch.
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    james@silverburnpark.co.uk
    01333 278775
  • Sleep Scotland

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

    We aim to improve the quality of life for anyone whose mental health problems or mental illness has a serious impact on their life and on the lives of others, including family members, friends and supporters. To find out about the services that we provide please refer to our website.
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    fifeservices@supportinmindscotland.org.uk
    01592 268388
  • Survivors of Bereavement by Suicide

    Survivors of Bereavement by Suicide exist to meet the needs and break the isolation experienced by those bereaved by suicide. We are a self-help organisation and we aim to provide a safe, confidential environment in which bereaved people can share their experiences and feelings, so giving and gaining support from each other. We meet on the first Wednesday of the month for 2 hours. Please call for more details.
    help@sobskirkcaldy.org.uk
    07707 697739
  • 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
  • Talk Matters

    Talk Matters is a confidential counselling service for the people of Fife that can help with a wide range of problems. Whether you are suffering from depression, anxiety, stress, anger, have recently been bereaved or are simply feeling that you’ve lost your way; if life is getting on top of you and you are struggling to cope we are here to help. You can talk confidentially to our counsellors in a safe, secure and comforting environment where you will be treated with respect.
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    info@talkmatters.org
    01383 626064
  • Taymara

    Taymara uses maritime vessels and skills to provide separate programmes of benefit to 3 distinct vulnerable groups: the disabled; those affected by severe ill-health; offenders close to release from, then beyond prison. Taymara welcomes those interested in boating, seamanship, marine engineering and navigation. Our fleet of four active vessels is used to train members up to RYA Powerboat 2 skills and beyond. Volunteers also provide the popular Tay River Trips.
    109B TAY STREET NEWPORT ON TAY FIFE DD6 8AR

    admin@taymara.org
    01382 542516
  • 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 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 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".
    ST BRYCE KIRK ST BRYCEDALE AVENUE KIRKCALDY FIFE KY1 1ET

    enquiries@lindatremblefoundation.org.uk
    07815 799397
  • The Motorvators Shed

    The Motorvators Shed has been providing supported therapeutic activity since 1996 to clients with Mental health issues and workshop experience to 16+youth projects. It does this by providing a stimulating and safe environment to engage in Auto mechanics and light engineering/fabrication and restoration of vintage vehicles. More recently artwork and sculptures have been created and The Motorvators Shed has some exciting new projects in the pipeline!
    TOM RODGERS MILL BURNSIDE MILLS EAST BURNSIDE CUPAR FIFE KY15 4DQ

    camerondurie@castlefurniture.org
    01334 654445
  • Trauma Counselling Line Scotland

    Trauma Counselling Line Scotland (TCLS), offers confidential telephone counselling to any adult who experienced abuse as a child. This can include sexual, emotional, physical, psychological, spiritual abuse or neglect. Through this support survivors are able to address the issues that have affected them and understand how it has prevented them from living the life they want to lead. Through building their confidence they can take greater control of their lives.
    contactus@health-in-mind.org.uk
    08088 020406
  • Veterans First Point Fife (V1P Fife)

    Have you ever served in the Armed Forces? V1P Fife is a one stop shop for veterans living in Fife. Designed by veterans and staffed by veterans. Most ex-military personnel make a smooth and successful transition to civilian life - some don't. Veterans F1rst Point is here to help you - if and when you need that extra help. We will work with you, giving the right support at the right time. We can help with a wide range of problems and issues from housing to finance to social isolation. Veterans are welcome at our community drop-ins where you can meet other veterans and our peer support workers. We also have a dedicated team of psychological therapists to provide mental health support.
    CARDENDEN HEALTH CENTRE WALLSGREEN ROAD BOWHILL CARDENDEN FIFE KY5 0JE

    Fife-UHB.VeteransFirstPoint@nhs.net
    01383 565393 or 01592 723840
  • WAY Widowed and Young

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

    Wellbeing Scotland recognise what a difficult time it is for all with this Covid-19 outbreak. As it is currently not safe to offer face to face appointments we will be offering support by telephone, text, email and groups. We are planning to post resources and work towards virtual groups. Contact numbers - all calls 01324 630100. People who were abused in care 0800 121 6027. Children and young people and people with mental wellbeing concerns 07912 759 655
    info@wellbeingscotland.org
    01324 63010
  • Women's Wellbeing Club Dunfermline

    We are a peer to peer support group set up for women to meet and talk in a safe non-judgmental space where you can let things out to others. Every Tuesday evening. Please visit the Facebook page for further information about online closed chats or the main UK website www.womenswellbeingclub.co.uk/
    St Ninians Community Church, Allan Crescent., Abbeyview, Ky11 4HE

    info@womenswellbeingclub.co.uk
  • Women's Wellbeing Club Glenrothes

    The Women's Well-Being Club is a peer to peer community support group run for women by volunteers. We provide a safe, non-judgemental space to share, listen, give, and receive support. Come and join us at a group, everyone is welcome women 18+ no matter the strength of the storm you're facing. The group meets on Tuesdays from 6.30-8.30pm in Collydean Community Centre Glenrothes.
    COLLYDEAN COMMUNITY CENTRE TORPHINS AVENUE GLENROTHES FIFE KY7 6UL

    info@womenswellbeingclub.co.uk
    01592 742913