Project Rachel


There is Hope After Abortion.

Are you feeling guilt, shame, anger, grief, or depression as a result of an abortion experience? Women have a wide variety of experiences with abortion. Some women chose to have an abortion because they were overwhelmed with the idea of raising a child while working or going to school. Some women feel that they couldn't care for or support a child. Some women felt pressured to get an abortion by the father of the child, a parent, or other family member. Some women got an abortion because they were told their child had some birth defect or medical problem and that abortion was the better choice.

No matter what your experience was or how long it has been since the abortion, hope, healing, and forgiveness are available.

Project Rachel provides healing and hope to women wounded by abortion through the following: 

  • Free, confidential, professional counseling for anyone who has been wounded by an abortion experience
  • Monthly spiritual support group meetings (every fourth Thursday at 7 p.m.)
  • Retreat opportunities (Download the September 12 Day of Reflection flyer here).
  • Spiritual Direction or Reconciliation

Project Rachel is for people of all faiths and backgrounds. Women are welcome to participate, regardless of how long it has been since the abortion experience. Confidentiality is key to Project Rachel and your privacy will be respected. 

You can move forward and heal from the experience and experience forgiveness.

If you're ready to begin the healing process or simply want to learn more about Project Rachel, we encourage you to call 314-792-7565 or email [email protected]. Trustworthy, compassionate people will answer your call. We will make every effort to ensure you are comfortable with those serving you as you begin this healing journey.

Additionally, online resources to assist you in your healing journey are available by clicking here. 

If you are a man looking for post-abortion resources, we can help. Contact Project Joseph at 314-792-7565 or [email protected]

Project Joseph