Mental Health services

ermha365 provides a range of mental health services designed to help people experiencing mental health challenges to thrive in the community.

These mental health support services include:

Commonwealth Psychosocial Support – providing recovery support for adults with severe mental illness in Victoria, including the Psychosocial Support program, Continuity of Support, and Transition Support program

Early Intervention Psychosocial Support program – providing a new support model for individuals receiving Adult Mental Health Services and who do not qualify for the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS), or who have experienced a delay or difficulty in accessing the NDIS

Residential support – four adult Prevention and Recovery Care (PARC) services located in Springvale (women only), Clayton, South Yarra and Barwon, providing short-term, offering residential treatment with a recovery focus

TAC – The Transport Accident Commission (TAC) funds ermha365 to deliver psychosocial outreach and case management services to support the recovery of people involved in a motor vehicle accident

Carer support – ermha365 has a longstanding commitment to supporting carers. Our organisation was founded by carers, and we have thousands of carers to ‘put themselves first’ with self-care strategies, peer support, education, information and social groups.

Mental Health and Wellbeing Hub – this is a free service located in North Geelong and pop up sites in towns across the region. We offer one-on-one and group support for people in the community and to build strengths within themselves.

Hive – a program providing individual and group support to people in the Geelong area, to improve their mental well-being and connections with the community.