1:1 Confidential Healing
Meet with a trained Post Abortive Healing Specialist either in person or online. This free service is available to you through our Project Rachel Ministry.
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Chances are that if you are visiting this page you have had an abortion or know someone who has.
Abortion is a life changing event that affects many individuals emotionally, spiritually and physically. You may have experienced the need to find healing right after your abortion or, for some of you, it may have taken many years to come to this place. The truth is that you have suffered a traumatic loss – and that loss is real.
With abortion, society does not provide a public way to grieve this loss. With no way to process this loss, the wound caused by abortion often remains unhealed and becomes a secret sorrow carried alone and without support.
You may be suffering from guilt, sadness, isolation, nightmares, addictions, eating disorders, anxiety or other negative emotions and behaviors. Many women and men are surprised at the emotions they experience after abortion which can include but certainly are not limited to those mentioned above.
It is important to know that you are not alone. We want to reach out to you with the mercy and love of Christ and help you be at peace with yourself and God. There is hope. There is help.
If you or someone you know is suffering after abortion, please contact Project Rachel by calling (815) 387-3379 or 1-888-456-HOPE. If you prefer to send an email, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I am here to walk with you on your journey to healing and peace. I have traveled my own post abortive journey and I know it takes great courage to reach out for help. During our confidential time together we will use a scriptural based program specifically designed to bring comfort, forgiveness and hope. In each session God’s healing presence and grace begins to peel away the layers and heal the deep pain and sorrow caused by abortion. You are not alone! The time is now! Peace awaits!
– Pope St. John Paul II (Evangelium Vitae, 99)