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Fife Workplace Wellbeing Resilience Project

Work Place Chaplaincy Scotland is delighted to be offering more mental health and wellbeing support to Fife workers with a grant award project - the Fife Workplaces Wellbeing Resilience Project - supported by the Communities Mental Health and Wellbeing Fund through Fife Voluntary Action and the Scottish Government.

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This means that WPCS Chaplains will offer support to workers across Fife experiencing the upheaval of Covid-19, mental ill health and trauma, redundancy, socio-economic disadvantage, veterans support, bereavement/loss and other issues related to their working and personal lives.

Chaplains will be able to provide more wellbeing support to various workplaces in businesses, retail and organisations in various Fife towns and communities working with local business and community networks. The Project will provide additionality - wellbeing support to many more organisations and businesses that until now have not received support due to Covid-19, the surge in mental health and wellbeing needs and the previous capacity of Chaplains.

If  you want to know more about the above for your workplace, please contact Paul Wilson, Lead Chaplain, on paul.wilson@wpcscotland.co.uk or 07703 585987


This project is supported by:

FifeVA

Meet the team - Eildon Wellbeing Project
Fife Workplace Wellbeing Project and Activities

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