Here you will find news articles, press releases and occasional blogs about the charity's activities.

Alcohol Awareness Week

Alcohol Awareness Week starts today and runs until the 25th November. Fife Alcohol & Drug Partnership have organised a number of drop-in advice points that take place throughout Fife during the week.

How to drink less...

...without making your life a misery

It’s Alcohol Awareness Week and with Festive Season just around the corner, we asked Jim Bett, Service Manager at Kirkcaldy-based Fife Alcohol Support Service (FASS) how it’s possible to drink less alcohol, without making life a misery.

Curnie Clubs is recruiting

Fife Alcohol Support Service is looking to recruit a Project Support Worker for Curnie Clubs. Funded by The National Lottery through the Big Lottery Fund, Curnie Clubs is a peer support programme for adults who have become socially isolated as a result of living with a range of challenging circumstances.


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Curnie Club Project Support Worker

Salary £20,388 pro rata

(16 hours per week)

The candidate will have experience of supporting people in a project setting. Very good communication and administration skills are required.


Closing Date for Applications: Tuesday 4 December2018

Interview Date: Tuesday 11 December 2018

This post is subject to a PVG Disclosure

Some out of hours work and travel required.


For an application pack telephone: 01592 206200


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Serving Fife for 40 Years

At a packed meeting at the Town House in Kirkcaldy, venue for this year's Annual General Meeting for Fife Alcohol Support Service (FASS), Jim Bett, Service Manager at FASS highlighted the success of the Kirkcaldy-based Charity’s volunteer alcohol counsellors who have served the people of Fife for 40 years.

Jim recounted that “over the years, 200 volunteer counsellors trained by FASS had used their specialist skills to help people overcome their difficulties with alcohol and improve their health and well-being.”

Our Brilliant Volunteers!

We wouldn't be able to operate our Outreach Counselling Service without our brilliant team of volunteers who give up their own time to help others.

Fife Alcohol Support Service (FASS) are currently looking for Volunteer Trainee Counsellors!