Our services

Daily Advice Clinic:
Open to everyone looking for advice, information, help, and support with issues such as employment, housing, welfare rights, debts, etc.

Monthly Citizens Advice and Rights Fife Clinics:
Help Clients with complex issues and to provide the appropriate language support where needed. 

Job Club:
To help clients towards employment with practical and emotional support, including assistance with CV preparation and applications, language, and cultural understanding.

Immigration Clinic (Monthly): 
Help for people, especially on low income, with immigration issues.

Kingdom Credit Union:
Collection point to promote financial sustainability and low-cost loans.

Conversational Café:
Practice your English and make new friends in a relaxed atmosphere. Conversational cafés are free and open to the public in Kirkcaldy, Dunfermline and Rosyth .

At  the moment Café’s meeting happening online on Zoom and gathering people from different parts of Fife and Europe. It’s free to join and it’s taking only an hour.

EU Settlement Scheme

This service assist clients with settlement scheme application process, information and advice. OISC registered.

Fife Migrants Forum can help you understand the Settlement Scheme and what you need to do to ensure that your rights are protected and you can continue living in the UK after it leaves the EU. Everyone who wants to stay in UK after Brexit needs to apply before 30th of June 2021 or risk losing their right to live, work, study, and access services in the UK.

Our support is free of charge and we can assist you at any stage of your application.

Sole Sisters

Sole Sister project is a walking initiative which aims to get more women active.

Its not only about walking but also people built a strong relation to each other. Assist clients with physical and mental wellbeing through various walks around Fife area. Fresh air, a walk, a chat! Join us!