Susan Celebrates Retirement
Fife Alcohol Support Service (FASS) are celebrating the service of a long serving volunteer.
Susan Hannah, of Kirkcaldy, first joined FASS in 2001 while still continuing her day to day role as a teacher. Susan, wishing to continue working within the local community, applied to be a volunteer counsellor with FASS providing specialist alcohol counselling for people, aged 16 and over, who find themselves in difficulty because of alcohol-related problems at various locations in Fife.
Susan said: “Volunteering as a Counsellor with FASS over an extended period has been a stimulating and rewarding experience. It is sometimes challenging but always fulfilling. The rewards come from working with clients, from many and varied backgrounds, to facilitate and support them achieve a more positive future in all aspects of their lives. Working with the excellent and supportive team at FASS and their clients has been a pleasure and a privilege.”
Jim Bett, Service Manager, of FASS said; “We are sad to say goodbye to Susan after 18 years as dedicated and committed volunteer. As a local charity, we are unable to provide a service without the time, expertise and enthusiasm offered by our volunteers. Susan was a wonderful volunteer for FASS. Through her counselling, she helped more than 250 very vulnerable people. We will miss Susan and wish her all the very best for her retirement.”
If you are interested in exploring a volunteering opportunity with FASS please visit our Volunteering page in the Support us menu (above) for more information.
If you have an alcohol problem and would like to discuss our services please call 01592 206200.
Photograph (from left to right, John Hamilton, Jim Bett, Susan Hannah, Helen Hutton, Sarah White, Robert Gibson)