Our StoryAn 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.
Our TeamWe are counsellors, art therapists, general practitioners, nurses, corporate officers, board members, receptionists, peer workers, mental health workers, psychologists, social workers and more.
Our HistoryOver the years, Luma has grown from a small medical and counselling clinic for women in the 70’s, to a holistic, integrated, one-stop shop for women of all ages, stages, cultures and identities.
Reconciliation Action Plan
Improving Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health is not just about improving the physical wellbeing of an individual. It is about working toward the social, emotional, and cultural wellbeing of the whole community in which each individual is able to achieve their full potential.
We celebrate accomplishments by reflecting on the achievements, highlights and success of our work, and the social impact we are creating for women in Western Australia, through our Annual Report.
Inclusivity is essential at Luma. We consistently ensure that our space is inclusive for all people: regardless of mental health challenges, physical ability, socioeconomic status, sexuality, family status, religious beliefs, culture or age.
Women supported each year
Languages spoken by our staff
Community workshops held