Men & Abortion

For Men: Help, Healing, More Information

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The following are links to organizations and web sites offering information, counseling, research and resources on men and abortion. Inclusion in this list should not be taken as an endorsement of any group's programs or philosophy.

The web site at www.menandabortion.info includes research, articles, personal stories, information and healing resources for men. It also includes information for counselors and others who provide post-abortion help to men. Check regularly for updates.

The Fatherhood Forever Foundation at www.fatherhoodforever.org/index.html is dedicated to helping men find healing and hope after abortion by creating awareness that abortion does have an impact on men and providing encouragement to those seeking help. Lists resources, including books, articles and healing/support organizations.

The Men's Abortion Network at http://www.menandabortion.net/ is a network of researchers, counselors and others who promote healing and create awareness of men's abortion experiences. The site contains helpful articles and links to counseling resources. A speaker's bureau is also available.

Additional resources, such as books and referrals for help, can be found at www.lifeissues.org/men/Resources.html

Abortion Changes You is a website giving women, men, family members and others involved in an abortion a safe place to share their experiences in a confidential and neutral environment. Includes articles, information and resources on coping with abortion and resolving the experience, along with links to local support and counseling groups. For more information, visit www.abortionchangesyou.com.

 

Rachel's Vineyard post-abortion healing ministry has information for men on their web site at www.rachelsvineyard.org/men/index.htm. The group provides support for women and men struggling after abortion through weekend retreats and email support. Women or men whose partners have experienced abortion are also invited to attend the retreats with their partner.

The Abortion Recovery International web site at www.abortionrecovery.org lists groups that provide healing services for men, as well as for other family members such as grandparents or siblings who have been affected by abortion.

Ramah International has a men's page with links to resources on their web site at www.ramahinternational.org/for-post-abortive-men.html.

There is also a short page for men whose partners have experienced abortion at www.ramahinternational.org/post-abortive-spouse.html.

Entering Canaan Days of Prayer and Renewal for men, sponsored by Lumina post-abortion healing ministry and the Franciscan Friars of the Renewal, are held several times a year in New York City. These retreats are for men who have been involved in an abortion and/or whose spouse has had an abortion. For information on upcoming retreats, visit www.postabortionhelp.org.

The Silent No More Awareness Campaign provides opportunities for men and women who have been involved in a past abortion to speak out about their experiences and advocate for an end to abortion and the damage it causes. Their focus is on education and raising awareness. For more information, visit www.silentnomoreawareness.org.

SaveOne seeks to provide hope for women and men suffering after abortion. They offer help through group study, one-on-one help, and answering questions and giving encouragement through self-study. The Men's Study is a Bible-study based workbook/guide to help men heal after abortion (a woman's version is also available). For more information, visit www.saveone.org.

Men who have been involved in an abortion are invited to participate on an ongoing research study about their experiences. To take part in this confidential survey, visit www.abortionresearch.net. Women, grandparents, and medical personnel who have been involved in abortion are also invited to participate in surveys.
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