Get Real: Talking mental health & disability

Meet Mental Health Victoria CEO Marcelle Mogg

May 08, 2023 The team at ermha365 & Marcelle Mogg Season 4 Episode 79
Get Real: Talking mental health & disability
Meet Mental Health Victoria CEO Marcelle Mogg
Show Notes

Marcelle Mogg, CEO of Mental Health Victoria is our guest for this episode.

Mental Health Victoria is the peak body for mental health and wellbeing in Victoria.

Mental Health Victoria drives policy, advocacy, workforce training, best practice…and much more. Any organisation that operates within, or intersects with, the mental health system in Victoria - and ermha365 is one of these - can become members of Mental Health Victoria to connect with others, collaborate and contribute to policy development. 

 MHV’s purpose is to ensure that people living with a mental illness can access effective and appropriate treatment and community support to enable them to participate fully in society. 

If you have been affected by anything discussed in this episode you can contact:

  • Lifeline on 13 11 14
  • 13 YARN on 13 92 76 (24/7 crisis support for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples)

ermha365 provides mental health and disability support for people in Victoria and the Northern Territory. Find out more about our services at our website.

FREE mental health support is available in Victoria through Mental Health and Wellbeing Local services. All support is free, and you do not need a referral to access help.  ermha365, in partnership with Barwon Health, Wellways Australia  and Wathaurong Aboriginal Co-operative provide services in the Greater Geelong-Queenscliffe area, 12-14 Thompson Road, North Geelong. Find your local service provider


Produced and hosted by Emily Webb, ermha365 Advocacy and External Communications Advisor with Karenza Louis-Smith, CEO ermha365.

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