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Sam's is open seven days a week across Fife.
Kirkcaldy (Mon & Fri) Dunfermline (Thurs & Sun) Leven (Tues, Wed & Sat) all 12 noon - 8pm

We offer support with mental health, crisis support, challenging thoughts, suicidal thoughts. At Sam's the support is free of cost, accessible and available evenings and weekends. Peer Workers at Sam's are employed and trained with SAMH...the Scottish Association For Mental Health.

Sam's is open for one to one support. No referral required drop in anytime seven days a week.

Support for mental health issues, crisis and suicidal thoughts.

For general enquiries from the public or enquiries from organisations please email


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Sam's is available:


Monday and Friday 12 noon - 8pm

At Sam's, Greener Kirkcaldy, 8 East Fergus Place, Kirkcaldy KY1 1XT


Tuesday, Wednesday and Saturday 12 noon - 8pm

At Sam's, Forth Street Hall, Forth Street, Leven KY8 4PF

(across road from the Greig Institute) 


Thursday and Sunday 12 noon - 8pm

At Sam's, Going Forth, First House Woodmill Road, Dunfermline KY11 4SS


Thursday 12 noon - 8pm

At Sam's Burntisland, Toll Community Hub, 183 High Street, Burntisland KY3 9AE


Sam's is united in it's difference from other support opportunities in the community. The team at Sam's are employed, professionally registered peer workers who use a framework and ethos to offer support with attendees.

The team are employed by the Scottish Association for Mental Health, a Scottish wide charity offering mental health support with the communities of Scotland. 

We work with people across the whole spectrum of mental health and offer support with suicidal thoughts. We have training and development to support people through suicide prevention inclusive of safe planning. We have frameworks and policies in place to safeguard people.

We can offer support with family, carers and friends. We fully recognise that Sam's can offer a holistic resource for everyone connected with someone experiencing mental health issues, as it does have an impact on other people's mental wellbeing as well.





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Q. What is peer support?

A. Peer support workers at Sam's all have a lived experience of mental health issues and recovery. Peer workers offer support from the perspective of lived experience.

Q. Who employs Sam's workers?

A. The Scottish Association For Mental Health...SAMH

Q. Are peer workers qualified to support?

A. Peer team access SAMH learning and development, have considerable sector educational background, a values based approach and are registered as practitioners in the community sector. Empowered to practice as reflective practitioners with a lived experience of the mental health journey, inclusive of recovery.

Q. Costs?

A. There is no cost to attend Sam's

Q. Is Sam's a cafe with food and refreshments?

A. It is a recovery cafe model rather than a working cafe, although free tea and coffee are available.

 The Sam's Team Believe In Making A Difference 
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