Case Study: Moving from crisis to recovery (Curnie Clubs)


Curnie Clubs is a project run by Fife Alcohol Support Services, providing peer support for vulnerable people in Fife experiencing loneliness and isolation.

They adapted their work by introducing 121 phone support, running groups online and in video chat and extending the age range of people they supported. They used social media to reach members and promote the clubs. Jo, Project Support Worker, shares their experiences of learning from the crisis.

This case study is part of a series that may be of interest to any third sector organisation who is having to adapt and learn as they go in uncertain times.