Last modified: 
21/08/2023 - 1:18pm

Embrace in a non-profit organization dedicated to mental health and has played a crucial role in recent years by breaking the stigma and igniting conversations about mental health on a national level in Lebanon through its campaigns and impact-oriented projects. Embrace works towards this mission through raising awareness, advocacy, and providing dignified mental health services across the spectrum of care. We fulfil our mission through several key pillar programs that cover a wide range of mental health care areas from prevention to direct and specialized intervention through a quick but non-exhaustive list of programs mentioned below:

 Operating the National Lifeline (1564), which is Lebanon's National Emotional Support and Suicide Prevention Helpline in collaboration with the Lebanese Ministry of Public Health, this helpline has received over 37,000 calls in the past 5 years.

  • Operating the CEDARS program serving as a research hub that captures and publishes mental health and suicide metrics, conducts monitoring and evaluation activities, and publishes academic research.
  • Providing national and international capacity building trainings on mental health first aid, and suicide prevention, detection and intervention to a wide range of non-profit local and international organization working within the humanitarian field in Lebanon.
  • Operating the Embrace Mental Health Center, offering free various clinical services such as individual psychotherapy, psychiatric consultations, group psychotherapy, and coverage of relevant medical fees for treatment.
  • Implementing the Embrace the Workplace Program to raise awareness, prevent mental illness, and enhance mental well-being in the workplace through customized and tailored mental health packages, services and trainings to a wide range of corporations.
  • Running an Awareness and Outreach Program since 2014, which has reached over 25,000 people in Lebanon.. The awareness and outreach program includes information booth activation with trained volunteers explaining the importance of mental health and sharing the different free accessible mental health services provided in Lebanon. 
  • Embrace Mobile mental health clinic a bus going around different remote areas in Lebanon with a dedicated team that will provide free essential mental health consultations and raise awareness in communities across
Organisation Type: 
Private Sector
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Intervention Sector(s): 
Advocacy & Awareness
Human Rights & Protection
Mental Health
Contact person's position: 
President and Co-founder
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Contact person's phone number: 
Samaha Building- 2nd floor
Beirut , Beirut
Phone: +9611346226
Beirut LB
Samaha Building- 2nd floor
Beirut, Hamra
12345 Beirut , Mount Lebanon
Mount Lebanon LB
Contact person's name: 
Mia Atoui



Embrace Invites qualified and eligible vendors who have experience in the field of fuel to submit proposals to provide the Diesel fuel for a period of 12 months with potential extension for a further year. Embrace does have 3 containers for diesel storage within its premises. Embrace average monthly diesel consumption is 1,200 liters.

Monday, 11 March 2024

Embrace owns a network and rely on Office 365 and windows machines available for users, up to 45 users.
CRM and Electronic Health Records (EHR) are locally developed systems with workflows to assure data entry for medical supplies , and for new patient management and appointment scheduling. Databases are based on SQL and Ubuntu , hosted on a single server.

Sunday, 19 November 2023


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We are seeking a dynamic and driven Business Development Manager to join our team, specializing in the promotion and sales of corporate mental health and well-being packages to companies across KSA and Dubai. The ideal candidate will be skilled in nurturing meaningful relationships with corporate clients, understanding their unique needs, and providing tailored mental health solutions that enhance workplace productivity and employee engagement and well-being.

Thursday, 2 May 2024

The National Lifeline General Manager is responsible for overseeing the comprehensive operations and activities of the National Lifeline, a critical resource in supporting the mental health needs of the Lebanese community. Working in collaboration with the National Mental Health Program, the Lifeline National Manager will be responsible for ensuring the provision of high-quality services, sustainability, and growth of the Lifeline as a crucial national tool for responding to mental health crises.

Sunday, 31 March 2024


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