ANDYSMANCLUB are a Men’s Mental Health Charity – Offering free-to-attend talking groups for men and challenging the stigmas around Male Mental Health. There are groups all over the UK. The Dunfermline group meets Mondays 7pm.
Women in Mind are a safe, non judgemental, peer to peer mental health support group for those who are over 18 and identify as female.Women in Mind (WiM) provide a space for ladies to chat, share, offload whilst maintaining safety and confidentiality. WiM is all about tackling social isolation, loneliness, supporting others,promoting good mental health and encouraging people to talk about their mental health and challenge the stigma around it. The WiM motto ‘Together we flourish’ promotes an ethos of inclusion, support and empowerment.WiM meet weekly on a Tuesday evening from 7-9pm in St Ninian’s church in Dunfermline. There are no waiting lists, no referral or appointment is needed… just come along.The meetings are free to attend, the space is accessible for all. All are welcome.WiM has an active Facebook page Women in Mind Dunfermline or we can be contacted firstname.lastname@example.org or on 07596 069065
The Better than Well service offers up to eight one-to-one self help coaching sessions to help adults who have experienced childhood trauma. The service is provided by a team of Self Help Coaches who are employed by LinkLiving, a Scottish charity. The Self Help Coaches receive regular clinical supervision from NHS Fife Psychology Service.
Dunfermline Advice Hub offer information, advice and sign-posting; provide a Community Access Point, have computers and phones for the community to use – just pop along and sign in; and host community events and activities.
Staff at the Advice Hub can support you to get help with many things including food, benefits and universal credit, savings, loans and affordable credit, legal issues, heating, housing and finding a job.
Sam's Dunfermline is a relaxed, open and safe space for people to drop in and have a chat with the peer workers. The peers are all employed team members with the Scottish Association for Mental Health-SAMH.
You are assured of a warm welcome by people who understand how it feels, through their own lived experience of walking through the doors of support on their own mental health journey.