Abortion Resources

Post Abortion Counselling

We offer in-person compassionate post-abortion counselling, no matter where you had an abortion. Please call our counselling intake at 204-947-2422 ext. 204 to make an appointment or for more information.

Note: For counselling inquiries only- no medical questions please.

Online Resources

Pregnancy Options, while offering American-based information and resources, has a workbook that may help with pregnancy decision-making by providing unbiased and accurate information about abortion, adoption, and parenting.

Exhale is an American organization addressing the emotional health and well-being of women and men after abortion. Founded by and for women who have had abortions, they provide and promote community-lead emotional support online and offline.

Project Voice brings together personal stories of women of all ages, races, religions, backgrounds, and circumstances who have had abortions to create a resource of sharing and support.

Common Abortion Myths & Facts

More online resources.

Disclaimer: These links redirect from the WHC website. We provide links for your information only. We are not responsible for the content of websites other than our own.

An important note about abortion counselling:

If you are looking for counselling before or after an abortion, please be aware that not all counsellors have an unbiased and balanced view. If a counsellor views abortion only in certain ways, you may feel judged, misunderstood, or receive inaccurate information.

Pro-choice counsellors and resources provide clients with unbiased information and counselling services about abortion. They understand abortion is a common experience and that people have a wide variety of thoughts and feelings about it. If you are looking for counselling about abortion, it’s a good idea to ask the counsellor about their views before you meet them.

If an organization or counsellor does not refer people for abortion, they are likely not a pro-choice organization. Some deliberately hide their bias against abortion – they know people won’t use their services if they speak out against reproductive choice.