A Fife-wide priority has been identified and work is underway to establish The Well across Fife.
You said you wanted us to make it easier for everyone to access information.
We’ve listened, and working with support from the National Development Team for Inclusion Community Led Support (CLS) Programme, Fife’s Health & Social Care Partnership is rolling out The Well across Fife.
What is the Well?
The Well is a venue where you can drop in and find out information and receive general advice to help you stay well and independent within your local community.
Our friendly, well informed staff will support you to access a wide range of information that promotes your health and wellbeing.
You can find out about:
• Your local community
• Carers support
• Living with long term conditions
• Aging well
• Staying active
• Healthy eating
Benefits to visiting The Well:
• A face-to-face conversation with our friendly staff.
• Staff local to your area, helping you to find the information and support that you need.
• Access to finding out information and support that promotes your health and wellbeing, helping you to stay well and independent within your local community.
Who can use The Well?
Anyone over the age of 16.
Visiting The Well?
No appointment is needed! You can pop along to The Well in your local area for a cuppa and a chat.
If you want to speak privately to a member of staff, we can make arrangements for you to chat in a private confidential space.
The Well will run:
|Cowdenbeath||Tuesday (from 23 April 2019)||11 to 1pm||The Clearing, 239 High Street, Cowdenbeath|
|Dunfermline||Tuesday (from 30 April 2019)||10 to 12pm||Kingsgate Shopping Centre, Dunfermline|
|Glenrothes||Wednesday||11 to 1pm||Glenrothes Area Residents Federation, Kingdom Centre, Glenrothes|
|Thursday||11 to 1pm||Glenrothes Area Residents Federation, Kingdom Centre, Glenrothes|
|Kirkcaldy||Thursday||2 to 4pm||Community Events Unit, Mercat Shopping Centre, Kirkcaldy|
|Levenmouth||Tuesday||10.30 to 12.30pm||Buckhaven Community Centre, Kinnear Street, Buckhaven|
|Tuesday||1.30 to 3.30pm||Methil Library, Wellesley Road. Methil|
|Thursday||10 to 12pm||Kennoway Community Shed, Cotlands Park, Kennoway|
|Thursday||10 to 12pm||Leven Baptist Church, Church Road, Leven|
|St Andrews||Tuesday||12 to 2pm||The Community Hub, St Andrews Football & Social Club, Langlands Road, St Andrews|
|Inverkeithing||Tuesday (from 7 May 2019)||11 to 1.30pm||Treetops Family Nurture Centre, Hillend Road, Inverkeithing|
For more information, please contact:
Vikki Quigg, The Well Co-ordinator
Tel: 03451 55 55 55 Ext 445988
Fife Health & Social Care Partnership believes in supporting people to look after and improve their own health and wellbeing and live in good health for longer. The Wellbeing Point is an online signposting tool that can quickly, clearly and easily signpost to local and national health and wellbeing information.
This tool was developed with Penumbra SDS Project (a Scottish mental health charity), funded by the Scottish Government.
- Click here if you need help to create a shortcut to the link or add to your favourites.