The Clued Up Project has been in existence since 1994 and has been a Third Sector organisation since April 2004.
Clued Up provides a comprehensive “youth friendly” substance use support and information service to young people under 25 across Fife, also targeting the wider issues of general well-being and lifestyle. The project provides education, prevention, early intervention and diversion for young people affected by their own or someone else’s drug/alcohol/substance use.
The Project has considerable experience in providing community based support services for vulnerable young people affected by substance use and a holistic approach is adopted. It seeks to support individuals to fulfil their full potential and uses evidence based interventions to achieve this. These include: - Good Conversations; Solution focused practice; brief interventions; motivational Interviewing; anger management; person centred support; relapse prevention. Clued Up also runs a youth forum which enables young people to have a say in service delivery and get involved in research projects and consultations.
Our service involves:
- One to one support
- Group work
- MAIT (Mobile Alcohol Intervention Team)
- User involvement
- Information clinics and stalls
- Drop in provision