To ensure the development of a sustainable mental health system that guarantees the provision and universal accessibility of high quality mental health curative and preventive services through a cost-effective, evidence-based and multidisciplinary approach, with an emphasis on community involvement, continuum of care, human rights, and cultural relevance.
|Decision||Minister of Public Health||1155||19-06-2018||Decision related to the National Mental Health Programme||Decision number 1155: related to the National Mental Health Programme|
|Circular||Director General||22||09-03-2018||Regulation of studies and research in the field of mental health and psychosocial support||Circular number 22: related to the regulation of studies and research in the field of mental health and psychosocial support
|Annexe||1320/1||02-2018||Guidelines issued by the National Mental Health Program in the Ministry of Public Health regarding the necessary procedures and documents needed to obtain a license to practice clinical and non-clinical (educational) psychology profession.||Guidelines issued by the National Mental Health Program in the Ministry of Public Health regarding the necessary procedures and documents needed to obtain a license to practice clinical and non-clinical (educational) psychology profession.
|Circular||Director General||48||12-06-2017||Regulation of research in the field of mental health||Circular number 48: Related to the regulation of research in the field of mental health
|Circular||Director General||64||12-06-2017||Projects related to MHPSS and substance use in Lebanon||Circular number 64: Projects related to MHPSS and substance use in Lebanon|
MoM-MHPSS TF-Bekaa-28 Feb17
|Central (Beirut and Mount-Lebanon)||Second Tuesday of every month||2pm-3pm||WHO conference room (-1), Lebanese University General Directorate (Glass Building), Mathaf|
|South||First Tuesday of every month||10am-11am||Alternating locations between Saida, Sarafand and Sour|
|North||First Wednesday fo every month||2pm-3pm||Restart Center, Tripoli|
|Bekaa||Fourth Tuesday of every month||12pm-1pm||UNHCR, Zahleh|
Mental health disorders touch rich and poor, young and old, in every country around the world. In the first episode of an audio show published by Nature Journal in collaboration with Grand Challenges, three experts, including Dr. Rabih El Chammay, head of the National Mental Health Programme at the Ministry of Public Health in Lebanon, discuss the evidence for interventions, how to get help to the right people, and which challenge, if solved, would help the most. In addition to discussing the priorities in global mental health, Dr. Chammay highlights the work being done by the MOPH in reforming the mental health system in Lebanon.
To hear the podcast, click on the link below: