Are you struggling? The below organisations may be able to help you.

If you have a similar story that you would like to share with me, please get in touch here. 

Pregnancy Counselling Services

PCS want you to remember that you are not alone in your situation. There are many others like you, who feel the same way and face the same problems. They are a support service not only for those women who are experiencing an unplanned or worrying pregnancy, but will also help anyone suffering after an abortion.

The Jeremiah Trust

The Jeremiah Trust was established in Nelson in 2003 by the founders Steven and Emma Dunne. They are prepared to adopt any child, from any background, race or disability that was destined for abortion.

Miscarriage Support

A website which offers support and information to all women who have experienced a loss at any stage of their pregnancy and for any reason, particularly miscarriage.

Buttons Project

“What happened mattered.” The Buttons Project aims to collect buttons, thousands of buttons, to commemorate the babies we never met. It enables anyone affected by abortion – not only women, but fathers, grandparents, siblings, “to do something when there is nothing you can do.”

Hope after abortion

Provides information about the abortion aftermath, women’s stories, healing and hope to those grieving after abortion. Plus resources.

P.A.T.H.S. – Post Abortion Trauma Healing Service

P.A.T.H.S. is an information site which offers insights into the life after abortion, the possible effects and impact on people and relationships. Their desire is to offer “hope” for those hurting after their abortion experiences and understanding for those in relationship with them, as well as information for those in helping roles whose paths they may cross.

Rachel’s Vineyard Retreats

Healing the wounds of abortion – one weekend at a time.
These weekend Retreats are an experience of emotional and spiritual healing for those whose lives have been touched by abortion. The experience of abortion can be very isolating. Among the comments most frequently made by Rachel’s Vineyard Retreat participants, is they found themselves in ‘safe hands’ and that ‘something very deep had shifted.’. “The Retreat was like reaching safe ground. Something has shifted. I didn’t know that I would feel so settled… I feel whole.”