Project Rachel is a post-abortion ministry of the Diocese of Fargo. This ministry offers hope and healing for all those who suffer from the spiritual and emotional pain of abortion and its aftermath. If you are hurting, know that your church cares and understands. God is loving and forgiving, and in His name the Church reaches out to you with compassion and concern. Project Rachel ministers and counsels individuals of all religions. In the Diocese of Fargo, Project Rachel offers a network of healing ministries in the heart of the Catholic Church. All priests, counselors, and Gathering facilitators receive Project Rachel training in order to be referred by the Project Rachel Ministry in the Diocese of Fargo.For more information please visit www.projectrachelfargo.org or call 844-789-4829
Have you, or someone you know, suffered from the physical, emotional, and spiritual effects of a past abortion? Rachel’s Vineyard offers a safe, non-judgmental and confidential weekend retreat for anyone; women, men, grandparents and siblings who struggle with the feelings of loss that can accompany an abortion experience. For more information, please call Ruth Ruch at (701) 219-3941 or e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. All calls are confidential. You may also visit the Rachel’s Vineyard website at http://www.rachelsvineyard.org/
Many men, women, family members and friends are seeking to make sense of their own or a loved one’s abortion experience. You are not alone.
Abortion Changes You is an invitation for those who have been touched by abortion - men, women, grandparents, siblings, other family members and friends - to know that they are not alone and that healing resources are available. Men and women are able to type in their Zip code and find local resources such as after abortion ministries and counselors. The outreach includes the interactive Web site AbortionChangesYou.com and the book Changed. Click on the links for more information
Post Abortion Syndrome
For more information regarding Post Abortion Syndrome, please visit: www.afterabortion.org.
This is the web's most complete source of information on the aftereffects of abortion and post-abortion healing. They have over 500 hundred links to thousands of pages of original research, testimonies, articles, and resources. Most of these are drawn from articles and books published by the Elliot Institute, one of the nation's leading authorities on post-abortion issues