There will be a variety of options available to students who choose to take part in EYM and these may include:
EYM is an innovative project run in partnership between Fife Employment Access Trust (FEAT) and NHS Fife Mental Health Directorate.
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We design the course around you so that you are learning in the way that you like to learn. We complete a Personal Project on a topic of your choice, do practical activities like using the computers, remote control cars, cooking, walking and music. You have the option of doing an SQA module if you wish and also to take part in volunteering, work placements, or paid permitted work.
This programme aims to assist people who have a severe and enduring mental health condition and who have experienced long term psychiatric care to consider their long term future outside this environment.
EYM aims to prepare students over a period of 6-months with a combination of psychiatric, cognitive and soft skills aimed at preparing them to be better placed to make informed choices within the support frameworks available to them.
EYM will have 4 phases of 6-weeks and will be delivered at both NHS venues and FEAT's offices at Hanover Court in central Glenrothes. By the end of EYM successful students enter new horizons linked to their future wellbeing including leisure, volunteering and work related activities. Our wide range of funders at the foot of the page contribute towards Employ your Mind for adults (18+) with severe and enduring mental health conditions and young people aged 15-18 who may have uncertainty about their diagnosis, however are experiencing severe mental health issues.
Fife Employment Access Trust - Company Limited by Guarantee, Registered in Scotland, Company no. SC394284. Scottish Charity No. SCO22263
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No, attendance is not linked to your benefits and is entirely voluntary. If you're thinking about work we can help guide you to think about money and if you will be better off in work.
Its ok to miss a session, we just ask that you let us know. If for any reason you need to temporarily stop attending, you can join a future course and pick up where you left off. We want to make the course flexible so you should be able to complete it even if you have to take a break.