Calls for emotional support and suicide prevention received to the Embrace Lifeline in 2018


Persons reached in awareness efforts in 2018


Media appearances raising awareness locally and regionally between 2017 - 2018
Embrace LifeLine is the first National Emotional Support and Suicide Prevention Helpline in Lebanon.

The specialized telephone service includes a network of highly trained operators who provide suicide risk assessment and emotional support, as well as serve as a source of referrals for community resources and treatment programs for people in times of crisis.

Trained Operators and Team

There are currently 60 trained volunteer emotional crisis and suicide prevention helpline operators who come from various backgrounds, ready to take calls. All the volunteers have gone through intensive workshops, trained in active listening skills, suicide risk assessment and crisis intervention.

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Hours of Operations

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Recent Events
Embrace at Beirut Marathon, Saradar Women’s Race
March, 2019
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Upcoming Events
Walk into the Dawn 2019
September 8, 2019
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Mental health issues can be detected early on. Learn about the different disorders.

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Engage in self-care regularly.

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The warning signs are always there. Worried about someone?

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Embrace is a non-profit organization (NGO) which works to raise awareness around mental health in Lebanon.

Embrace aims to ensure people with mental illness are respected, empowered, and able to access appropriate care without the constraints of lack of knowledge, shame or limited resources through positive representation, supportive community programs, alliances with policymakers and financial assistance.

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