Women’s Wellbeing Club

Women’s Wellbeing Clubs are Peer Support Groups run by volunteers at
local venues Nationwide.

Our meetings are held Every Tuesday evening between 6pm and 9pm.

Our meetings are safe, confidential spaces for any Woman to attend. We
provide peer-led support in a group setting where you can receive and
give support, during our meetings, everyone has the opportunity to be
heard and listened to if they have something they wish to share in
response to the questions asked that week. There is never any pressure
to open up and no appointments required, just pop along either
in-person or online.

Contact us via email:
[email protected]

Barnardos Wellbeing

Wellbeing in Fife supports you with your mental health and wellbeing. We help you to develop your skills to manage difficult feelings and emotions. This is done through upskilling, supporting and education around mental health and wellbeing. We’ll work with you to identify the best support for your needs within your local community at times and places that suit you. We work at an early intervention and preventative level, and you do not need a formal diagnosis to contact us.

We work in Fife – Northeast Fife, Leven, Glenrothes, Kirkcaldy and Cowdenbeath for anyone aged 5-26 and parents/carers.

Contact us at: [email protected]

Access Therapies Fife

Access Therapies Fife is a website providing information to help you deal with mental health challenges.

Run by NHS Fife’s psychology service, Access Therapies Fife hosts a number of online sessions for adults and young people, including sessions on stress management, assertiveness, and how to improve your sleep.

The majority of what Access Therapies Fife offers is self-referral and the feedback from users has been overwhelmingly positive.


Andys Man Club

In mid-2016, nine men met in a small room in the typical Yorkshire town of Halifax with a simple aim of talking through their issues and helping each other deal with their mental health. All in attendance were agreed there was a magic in that room that had to be shared. This was the start of a movement that has grown faster than anyone first involved could have ever imagined. Fast forward almost 6 years and ANDYSMANCLUB now has groups at over 126 locations across England, Scotland and Wales.

ANDYSMANCLUB takes its name from Andrew Roberts, a man who sadly took his own life aged 23 in early 2016. Andy’s family had no inkling that he was suffering or struggling to the extent that he would do this, and as a result looked deeper into male suicide and men’s mental health. They soon discovered that male suicide is the biggest killer of men under 54, with Male Mental Health surrounded by well-ingrained cultural stigma in the UK. Elaine Roberts and Luke Ambler are Andy’s Mum and Brother-in-Law, together they came up with the idea of ANDYSMANCLUB, a group where men aged 18 and above can speak openly about their mental health in a judgment-free, non-clinical environment. Groups now operate nationwide and are completely volunteer-led, with the vast majority of group facilitators having first interacted with ANDYSMANCLUB when they came through the door as a service user.

With their service used on a weekly basis by over 2800 men, and an army of over 1000 volunteers on board, the movement is continuing to grow on a week by week basis.

To attend ANDYSMANCLUB, drop us an email – [email protected]. or head to www.andysmanclub.co.uk, find your nearest club, and simply attend!