Would you like to help shape mental health and employment services in Fife?
Fife Voluntary Action and the Scottish Recovery Network are delivering a series of workshops looking into mental health and employability services in Fife as part of a new project called Delivering Differently.
Delivering Differently is a partnership project funded by the Scottish Government, reporting to the Opportunities Fife Partnership and Fife Health and Social Care Partnership. Delivering Differently is working to create a Fife where people with mental health problems can easily access appropriate support as and when they are ready to make the journey (back) into work.
These workshops are targeted at:
- People with lived experience of mental health problems who may or may not have accessed services before (you don’t need to have a diagnosis or have accessed a service to attend this workshop) and their carers or support person; and
- Mental health and/or employability staff at all levels including managers, frontline workers, and volunteers.
Details of the workshops are as follows:
Thursday 15 March, 1.15-4.00pm, Volunteer House, Cupar
Friday 16 March, 1.15-4.00pm, Craig Mitchell House, Glenrothes
Wednesday 21 March, 9.45am-12.30pm, Hayfield Community Centre, Kirkcaldy
Thursday 22 March, 10.15am-1.00pm, The Centre, Leven
Thursday 22 March, 5.45-8.30pm, The Maxwell Centre, Cowdenbeath
Friday 23 March, 11.45am-2.30pm, West Fife Enterprise, Valleyfield
Monday 26 March, 1.15-4.00pm, Lochgelly Centre, Lochgelly
Tuesday 27 March, 10.15am-1.00pm, New Volunteer House, Kirkcaldy
Tuesday 27 March, 5.45-8.30pm, Levenmouth Academy, Leven
Thursday 29 March, 1.15-4.00pm, Gillespie Church, Dunfermline