When you’ve been part of an abortion decision, it’s normal to experience mixed emotions, even years later.
Maybe you hoped for a sense of relief and a chance to move on with your life. Perhaps you felt sadness or struggled to make peace with your decision.
And maybe you kept your abortion a secret out of fear that people would judge you or treat you differently if they knew.
Many women have these kinds of feelings and reactions after abortion. You’re not alone.
At Alternatives, we provide a safe and trusted place to talk after your abortion, whether it was recent or many years ago.
Our counselors can help you identify how it has affected you and your relationships. We provide resources that can bring healing and encouragement as you go forward in life.
With caring support, you can understand your losses and walk the path to peace.
You have Alternatives.
Confidential counseling for women and men. Free support groups and individual counseling for women and individual counseling for men.
Talk to someone right now and request an appointment.
- 24-Hour Helpline: 303.295.2288 to talk or request an appointment
Learn more and find a group.
Our Counseling After Abortion Support Groups are small, confidential groups of women who journey together to find hope and healing after an abortion decision.
Groups meet once-a-week for thirteen weeks and are led by trained facilitators. Each session lasts two hours.
We are currently seeking interest in a Counseling After Abortion support group in the fall. (Colorado Residents Only)
Please click the button below. Or, you may call the 24-hour helpline at 303.295.2288, where volunteers and staff are there to serve you. The Director that oversees these requests will reach out to you for follow-up.
Get the support you need after abortion.
- A safe place to talk with a trained post-abortion counselor
- Opportunity to participate in a confidential support group
- Recommended resources for personal reflection and growth
Common questions after abortion
Whether your abortion was recent or many years ago, it’s important to seek support for your healing process. At Alternatives, we focus on questions that affect your emotional, relational and spiritual well-being.
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