We offer a Fife-wide service, including groups in Dunfermline, Glenrothes, Kirkcaldy, Levenmouth and St Andrews.

Our Fife Service is based at Levenmouth Community Enterprise Centre, Methil. We are focused in promoting the best possible mental health outcomes for everyone through our various initiatives.

There are three strands to the service we offer in Fife – Fife Families Support Project, The Hearing Voices Project and Resilience.

Fife Families Support Project 

Our carers support service facilitates regular groups in Levenmouth and Dunfermline. The service also provides one to one support and information. We understand what it means to care for someone who has ongoing mental ill health and we can support you through this.

Hearing Voices Project

For those of you who experience voices and other sensory disturbances, we hold regular peer support meetings in Glenrothes and Dunfermline. We also offer a one to one service Fife-wide. Our local members' publications group, along with local psychiatrists and psychologists have compiled a collection of information pamphlets.


If you are facing the stresses of everyday life and need to talk to someone to help you move forward, then our peer support groups (including our Women's Group) meet regularly in St Andrews and Levenmouth. One to one support is also available.

Please contact us for dates and times of meetings, or to arrange one to one support.

Support in Mind Scotland Fife Services
Levenmouth Community Enterprise Centre
Thomson House
Harbour View

Telephone: 01592 268388 

Email: [email protected]

Duty of Candour

Duty of Candour is a legal requirement, part of the Health (Tobacco, Nicotine etc and Care) (Scotland) Act 2016, to ensure that if something goes wrong in the services all relevant information is shared with the people affected. They are offered an explanation, an apology and assurance that staff will learn from and share this learning if something goes wrong.

Duty of Candour report for Fife Services 2021-22