Sam's is a mental health peer support service provided by SAMH across Fife.
Peer Workers at Sam's each have personal experience of mental ill health, and are trained and employed by us to help others. We offer support with mental health, crisis support, challenging thoughts and suicidal thoughts. At Sam's, the support is free of cost, accessible and available evenings and weekends. You do not need a referral or an appointment. Our service also offers support to the family, carers and friends of people experiencing mental health problems.
For general enquiries from the public or enquiries from organisations, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Sam’s Café drop-in sessions
Our Sam's Café sessions are open to everyone, offering one to one support for anyone struggling with their mental health, experiencing suicidal thoughts, or seeking general support. We now host Sam's Cafe sessions seven days a week, across Kirkcaldy, Dunfermline and Leven.
- Sam's, Greener Kirkcaldy, 8 East Fergus Place, Kirkcaldy KY1 1XT
- Mondays and Fridays: 12 noon - 8pm
- Sam's, Forth Street Hall, Forth Street, Leven KY8 4PF (across road from the Greig Institute)
- Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Saturdays: 12 noon - 8pm
- Sam's, Going Forth, First House Woodmill Road, Dunfermline KY11 4SS
- Thursdays and Sundays: 12 noon - 8pm
New for 2021: Sam's Wellbeing on Wheels
We're taking Sam's Cafe on the road this summer to reach even more people across the Kingdom, with the support of our friends at Stagecoach East Scotland,
Arriving in a new Fife community every day over one week in June, locals will be able to stop by the Sam’s Wellbeing on Wheels bus in the same way they would at a normal Sam’s Café – no appointment or referral is necessary.
Sessions from 10.30 - 14.30, drop in for a chat and to find our more about how we can help:
- Monday 14 June - Halbeath Park & Ride
- Tuesday 15 June - Kirkcaldy Town House
- Wednesday 16 June - Leven (Bus Station)
- Thursday 17 June - Glenrothes (Bus Station)
- Friday 18 June - St Andrews (Bus Station)