HOTLINE – National hotline for abortion recovery:  866-482-5433  or  866 482-LIFE

Rachel’s Vineyard.  Rachel’s Vineyard is a safe place to renew, rebuild and redeem hearts broken by abortion. Weekend retreats offer you a supportive, confidential and non-judgmental environment where women and men can express, release and reconcile painful post-abortive emotions to begin the process of restoration, renewal and healing.

Silent No More.  Silent No More exists to reach out to people hurt by abortion, encouraging them to attend abortion after-care programs.  The testimony of its members educates the public that abortion is harmful emotionally, physically and spiritually to women, men and families, so that it becomes unacceptable for anyone to recommend abortion as a ‘fix’ for a problem pregnancy.

YouTube Personal Testimonies.  YouTube offers an opportunity for women to speak openly to other women about their abortion experiences and the impact the abortion had on their future life, often for many years to come.  Of these testimonies, these below and testimonies from former abortion providers are particularly effective:


Horowitz Freedom Center,  Dedicated to the defense of free societies whose moral, cultural and economic foundations are under attack by leftist and Islamist enemies at home and abroad.

University Student Outreach:

University Academic Freedom:


Jason and Crystalina Evert


Family Research Council.  Mission is to advance faith, family and freedom in public policy and the culture from a Christian worldview:


The Institute for Marital Healing.  The mission of the Institute for Marital Healing is to strengthen Catholic marriages and families by educating spouses, marital therapists and clergy about common causes of conflicts in marital self-giving and effective approaches to alleviating such conflicts. Through a combination of online resources, educational programs and publications, the Institute employs a time-tested approach to marital therapy that recognizes the importance of both science and faith in the process of marital healing.

National Fatherhood Institute.  To improve the well-being of children by increasing the proportion of children growing up with involved, responsible, and committed fathers. We strive to ensure a brighter future for America’s youth.  By equipping and educating fathers, we’re working on an issue that is at the core of our nation’s well-being.

Ruth Institute,  Its Core Principles state that marriage is the proper context for sex and child-rearing, built on the cooperation between men and women in a lifelong commitment.  The Ruth Institute dedicates itself to educating college students about the value of traditional marriage.  The Institute brings lectures and debates to pro-life, pro-marriage student groups around the country, at minimal cost to the students.   At Week-end Seminars for students and young adults, the Institute gives them the tools they need to defend the family to their peers and to prepare for married life.


Illusions.  The objective of ILLUSIONS is to be a pioneer in the essential effort to educate young people about the potentially addictive, destructive nature of pornography. This program seeks to partner with schools and educators to present this important information in the classroom—an environment of learning and healthy discussion. ILLUSIONS also seeks to educate parents on the vastly underexposed problem and prepare them on how to best protect and guide their children to a safer, happier future.


Abstinence Works.  Unlike other approaches that focus on contraceptive use, abstinence-centered education promotes primary prevention and teaches vital life skills that empower teens to avoid all risk by choosing abstinence. Such skills include: identifying healthy (and unhealthy) relationships; accurately understanding STDs and contraception; setting goals; healthy decision-making; and character building.

A&M Partnership.  We believe every teen in the country deserves to hear a clearly reasoned, positive presentation on the benefits of abstinence so they can choose for themselves how they want to live. In order to reach every teen, we focus on equipping and empowering adults to present the message to teenagers in their community.

Choosing the Best.  Choosing the Best is a leader in evidence-based, abstinence-centered sex education curricula, training, and resources. Since 1993, over 4,000,000 students nationwide have completed our program. A peer-reviewed, published study showed that students who received Choosing the Best were 1.5 times less likely to initiate sex than those in the control group who did not receive the program.

Medical Institute for Sexual Health.  The Medical Institute exists to empower safe, healthy living by communicating objective and scientific sexual health information.  Scientific data clearly supports the practices of healthy sexual behavior as further reinforced by public policy, legislation, government agencies, health educators, medical education and health organizations

National Abstinence Education Association.  The NAEA exists to serve, support and represent individuals and organizations in the practice of abstinence education. The NAEA Board of Directors & Advisory Board represent some of the leading abstinence education programs in the country. Members of the board directors and advisory board represent a broad network of state abstinence coalitions, medical and youth development organizations, and diverse professionals who offer valuable insight and guidance to NAEA.

What They Told Us.  This website provides “at a glance” data about what parents want  sex education for their own children to look like. The data was collected in September 2012 from a representative survey of 1683 parents commissioned by the National Abstinence Education Foundation (NAEF).

Worth the Wait.  Scott & White Wellness & Sexual Health Program empowers teens with information necessary to develop healthy habits and relationships. Developed by Patricia J. Sulak, MD, the program has helped thousands of students, parents and communities engage in honest, open, fact-based communication about adolescent wellness and sexual health.