Supporting every woman’s potential

Luma exists to improve lives. An organisation grown from the belief that women deserve to be recognised for who they are, valued for what they bring to the communities they are part of, and supported in ways that allow them to grow and thrive.

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We’ve moved!

Our medical clinic in Joondalup has opened in a brand-new location as a full-service general practice run for women, by women.

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Our Groups

April – June 2024 Calendar

Connect with those experiencing a similar challenge, access a community of non-judgemental support, and stay focused on your progress together.

We offer a dynamic choice of groups: from structured, weekly programs – to free, open and ongoing groups.

Luma, Northbridge

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Luma, Joondalup

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Find out her story

  • “I have a lot more understanding about my substance use and my confidence in reducing is increasing.”
    Alcohol and Other Drug (AOD) group participant, June 2023
  • “The support worker was brilliant calling me and having a chat, listening, validating me as a carer. Facilitators were wonderfully bright, attentive and informative.”
    Eating disorders: youth carer program participant, October 2023
  • “I cannot thank you enough for everything you have taught me over the past several years – your empathy, wisdom & generosity will be forever cherished. Thank you for giving me the tools to be a better parent.”
    Perinatal program participant, July 2023
  • “I walked away feeling very heard, seen, validated and understood. I appreciated [counsellor] listening to my story and giving me the space I needed. It felt cathartic.”
    Domestic violence program, January 2024
  • “By far the best experience I’ve had at a doctors. The nurses were extremely thorough and helpful. They made me feel super comfortable and I left feeling really comfortable and informed.”
    Medical clinic, September 2023
  • “The team were amazing. From the reception who helped me with my medicare care while being kind and courteous, to the nurse who gave me advice, listened to me and was practical in her recommendations. I have already recommended the clinic to many people I know and will continue to do so.”
    Medical clinic, October 2023
  • “I have already recommended the clinic to a friend as a superior option for women’s health services. The level of “service” far surpassed any experience I have had at any GP or hospital. I felt informed and comfortable in the knowledge that I was in good hands and had made an informed decision.”
    Medical clinic, August 2023
  • “I am so thankful to have been able to work with you [BEP peer worker], you honestly changed my life. Recovery is so great. It’s so nice to be able to see the light after all the years of darkness. And to now be able to use those experiences to help others makes recovery even more worth it.”
    Eating disorder services, March 2024
  • “It helped by expanding on healthy strategies, also on motivation to recover… It helped me to not feel so alone and ashamed in my journey.”
    Eating disorders services, October 2023

Our partners & sponsors

  • Government of Western Australia, Department of Communities
  • City of Perth, City of Light
  • Women's Legal Service WA
  • WA Primary Health Alliance
  • Belmont: City of Opportunity
  • Patricia Giles Centre for Non-Violence
  • Naala Djookan Healing Centre
  • Midland Women's Health Care Place Incorporated
  • Government of Western Australia Mental Health Commission
  • Jean Hailes for Women's Health
  • Connect Wanju