Accessing Substance Abuse Services

hatever your relationship with the drinker, you will find other people who have similar stories to tell. You will realise that you are not alone. Listening to the shared experiences of others may help you find the confidence you need to deal with the effects of someone else’s drinking. You will find it is possible to rediscover happiness, whether the alcoholic is still drinking or not.

Support for families and friends of problem drinkers (10am-10pm) Groups in Cupar, Dunfermline, Kircaldy, Methil and St Andrews

0800 0086 811

Providing a comprehensive “youth friendly” substance use support and information service for young people under-25 in the Fife area, also targeting the wider issues of general well-being and lifestyle. The project provides education, prevention, early intervention and diversion for young people affected by their own or someone else’s substance use. 

01592 858 248

Support for Families

Home Start

Our local Home-Starts across Scotland support over 3000 families and nearly 6000 children very year.

 Starting in the home our approach is as individual as the people we are helping – on most days of the week you will find teams of great parent to parent supporters involved in activities as diverse as offering one to one support around perinatal mental health problems, increasing breastfeeding through local support groups, getting children outdoors through gardening and messy play days, tackling the attainment gap in partnership with schools, bringing lonely or isolated parents together to forge new friendships and getting dads involved in antenatal workshops.

 

Activities

Attached are posters for each of the 5 wards across northeast Fife with details of Cafe inc dates and times. Click the links to download

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