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Find out about the projects we fund which can provide money, housing and welfare advice in Fife.


Local money advice projects

Project

Summary

Contact

Frontline Fife – Wise2Money

The project provides money and debt advice to migrant workers in the Fife area.

Frontline Fife, 34-36 Kirk Wynd, KY1 1EH

01592 642 927

info@fife
migrantsforum.org.uk

Website

Enable – The Fife Young Families Money Advice Project Families with a child (under 8 years old) with learning disabilities are assisted to increase their confidence in personal money management, enabling them to make financial decisions to avoid future debt problems. The project provides a comprehensive range of debt advice, including all relevant debt relief options.

Enable, Fife Services, Alexander House, 5 Alexander Street, Dysart, Kirkcaldy, KY1 2XX

01592 659 295

douglas.ovenstone
@enable.org.uk

Website

 

Local welfare advice projects

Project

Summary

Contact

Frontline Fife - Wise2Welfare

The Wise2Welfare project will fast-track people into a specialist multiagency service to provide coordinated housing, money and benefit advice for people who require support with the new benefit system and associated complexities such as multiple and serious debt. The project provides access to tribunal and or court actions. The project covers the whole of Fife and provides a comprehensive service delivered through a central hub.

Frontline Fife, 57-59 Viewforth Street, Kirkcaldy, KY1 3DJ


01334 659 391

 

wise2welfare
@frontlinefife.co.uk



Website

Frontline Fife - Fife Advice Partnership The Fife Advice Partnership helps people in Fife with housing and debt cases calling at Kirkcaldy, Dunfermline and Dundee Sheriff Courts. An adviser is available at each court during eviction and repossession hearings

Frontline Fife, 57-59 Viewforth Street, Kirkcaldy, KY1 3DJ

01592 800 430

Website

 

Regional/National money advice projects people in Fife can access

Project

Summary

Contact

Stepchange - Debt Advice and Welfare Reform Project

This national project helps people who are affected by debt and connected welfare benefit changes. DAS  accredited advisers are able to help people with complex debt issues

33 Bothwell Street , Glasgow, G2 6NL 
0800 138 1111

Website
 

Deaf Action Money Advice Project

People with hearing difficulties across Scotland receive debt and money advice via PC and Webcam using BSL. Face-to-face advice is available to people with hearing difficulties in Edinburgh, East Lothian, Midlothian and West Lothian.

Albany St, Edinburgh, Midlothian EH1 3QY
0131 556 3128


www.deafaction.org.uk
 

Parkhead CAB – Integrated Debt advice and Support Hub: HMP Barlinnie Families with a relative entering or leaving HMP Barlinnie can receive short-term help to stabile the family finances and resolve any crisis debt matters, and also long-term support and advice on budgeting and financial planning through group and one to one sessions.

1361 Gallowgate, Glasgow, G31 4DN

0141 550 5907

GinnyJackson@
parkheadcab.org.uk

 

 

Regional welfare advice projects people in Fife can access

Project

Summary

Contact

Scottish Women's Rights Centre Provides information, advice and representation on civil issues to women affected by gender based violence.

08088 010 789
(Runs every Wednesday 1.30pm-4.30pm)
 

 

 


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