Curnie Clubs are here to help during the Coronavirus outbreak
If you’re feeling the effects of social isolation, you’re not alone.
Curnie Clubs have been welcoming people out of isolation since 2016 and are a friendly, community of local groups who link up with each other across Fife.
We’re currently running online group activities, can provide specialist one-to-one support, and are open to ALL adults in Fife.
So help yourself and others out of isolation and loneliness.
Contact Curnie enquiries on: 07807011951
Or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
How to become a Member of Curnie Clubs.
If you wish to refer yourself or simply want to know more about Curnie Clubs get in touch with us.
Caring professionals may also refer their patients and clients to Curnie Clubs.
For Cowdenbeath and Dunfermline Clubs call Steve on 07748 631648
For Cupar and Glenrothes Clubs call Karen on 07384 514479
For Kirkcaldy and Methil Clubs call Jo on 07384 514478
Alternatively you can email email@example.com
Or, you may prefer to write to us at:
Fife Alcohol Support Service
17 Tolbooth Street
What happens if I decide to try Curnie Clubs?
You can refer yourself or have someone else do it for you. This person could be a professional, your next door neighbour or a friend.
We will arrange to meet with you at a place of your choosing for an informal chat and fill in your membership form. This gives you a chance to meet one of us where we can answer all your questions about the Curnie Club
You can be accompanied by anyone of your choosing at the initial meeting and you can bring someone along to the group until you have made some friends and your confidence has grown.