As an awareness support network, we need to break the silence around suicide and mental health. There are so many ways that you can get involved. Here are some. If you have an idea, get in touch with the team at Embrace.

Raise Awareness

One thing that we can all do, is break the silence around depression and suicide. Start the conversation. Talk to those around you. If you know someone suffering, refer them to the site or the Embrace LifeLine. Or simply send in a message of support on

Register to our Volunteer Database

Embrace volunteers are comprised of patients, parents, siblings, friends, partners, professionals and members of the community who share in the belief to end the stigma around mental illness and promote mental wellbeing in the community.

​Your involvement with Embrace contributes to the helping and healing of those afflicted. Your compassion and care are vital to making this happen.

​Embrace is open to anyone interested in being a part of our mission. Our Volunteers benefit from receiving our periodical newsletter and annual report and are continuously updated regarding our events and volunteer opportunities

To become a volunteer please complete the form below:

Fundraising for a Suicide Hotline in LebanonFundraising for patient careContribute to “Your Story”Development of our websiteContribute positively to our social media discussions and share with friendsAwareness outreach officer - requires a clinical background in nursing or psychology“Into the Dawn” Memorial Walk for Suicide Prevention (Every September)Embrace Annual Gala DinnerEmbrace Annual Hike for Life EventEmbrace at Beirut MarathonAwareness events – Manning booths and stands at universities, schools, other eventsI am not able to volunteer at this time, however I would like part of the supporting membership body of Embrace

Graduated from secondary school (Baccalaureate Diploma)Some University course credit, no degreeTrade/technical/vocational trainingBachelor’s degreeMaster’s degreeProfessional degreeDoctorate degreePrefer not to answer

StudentAdministrator, Manager, or DirectorEpidemiologist or BiostatisticianFirst Responder (EMT, paramedic, firefighter)Health Educator/TrainerLegal Professional (attorney, judicial)Mental or Behavioral Health professionalNursePharmacistPhysicianPublic Information, Media Relations, or Communications specialistWeb/Media DesignerNone of the AbovePrefer Not to Say

*These are only some of the Volunteer Opportunities Embrace provides and they may change throughout the year. Embrace will send out an E-mail and post on Facebook when we have other volunteer opportunities. Thank you for your support, we look forward to working with you.