The Well allows people to speak to Health and Social Care professionals and discuss any enquiries in relation to their health and wellbeing. The service is for anyone 16+ looking for advice and support.
Their friendly staff are there to empower people and to find solutions to problems quicker and easier, giving them the right information at the right time.
They can provide support, information and guidance on topics such as social care, carer support, social isolation, housing, benefits, bereavement, or anything that matters to individual.
On Your Doorstep Fife
On Your Doorstep Fife is Fife Health and Social Care Partnership’s community website, which holds information about care providers, clubs, organisations, groups and activities that are locally available in Fife.
The website is a useful source of contact details, and information on how you can get involved.
OnFife Libraries are supporting Mental Health Week -But remember they are here all year round.
Read your way to calm - just 6 minutes of reading a day has been shown to greatly improve mental health and general wellbeing. You'll find something great to read 24/7 with our free Libby service and your ONFife library card - books, digital magazines and audiobooks. It's amazing what your ONFife library card can do - sign up at OnFife libraries today.
Whether you visit us for a book, a blether or a Bookbug we have something for all ages. For all this and much more check out our website and to stay up to date follow
Fife Forum works alongside individuals, their families, carers and other services to identify community groups and services which help people to maintain their independence, connect with and be part of their community for as long as is possible (for example: day services; local clubs; or, interest groups). One of their primary aims is to help people feel valued and to reduce social isolation and loneliness. They also have an advocacy worker who assists people over the age of 65 who are resident in a care setting or are currently in Hospital.
Fife Voluntary Action
Fife Voluntary Action provides a wide range of support to third sector organisations and has expertise in a wide range of skills and topics including governance, funding, legislation, policy, volunteering, managing people, planning and problem solving. Contact 0800 389 6046 for further information.
Fife Carers Centre
Fife Carers Centre supports adult carers in their caring role with relevant, straightforward information as well as practical help. Most importantly they work with the carer to protect their own physical, emotional, mental and financial health whilst they maintain their caring role.
listen, provide friendship, information and advice. The friendship line is part of a wider helpline and is open Monday to Friday, 9am-5pm. Call for free on 0800 12 44 222.