We’re more than a CHOICE.

 

We’re more than a statistic

We’re someone’s son or daughter, grandchild, sibling, niece or nephew, cousin, friend, co-worker, neighbor. Many of us are someone’s spouse, someone’s parent. We’re abortion survivors.

Meet These Abortion Survivors

Claire Culwell’s biological mom became pregnant with her at the age of 13. Her mother took her to an abortion clinic where she had a surgical abortion. A few weeks later she realized she was still pregnant.

Two months into her pregnancy Josiah mother decided to go in and have an abortion. A few months went by and she realized that there was a baby still growing in her.

Melissa Ohden’s biological mother was a 19 year old college student when she had a saline infusion abortion in 1977 that was meant to end Melissa’s life.

Share your Story

If you are an abortion survivor and wish to share your story and would like help in doing so on this site or elsewhere, we are more than willing to be of assistance to you. We are more than happy to not only review your testimony but can provide you with a list of tips and guidelines that you may find helpful.

Get Involved

Opportunities also arise for survivors to get involved in advocacy and awareness campaigns. Past examples of such campaigns include: presenting letters to Congress and contributing testimonies to educate voters about pro-life legislation.

Get Informed

According to the Guttmacher Institute, over 1.2 million children lose their lives to abortion every year in the United States. Worldwide, approximately 42 million children are aborted. There could be as many as 44,000 survivors of late-term abortion in the United States alone.

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1st Annual Abortion Survivor Retreat

Survivors, join us in Texas August 7-9 for our first annual retreat. Registration is limited!

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Something’s wrong when women’s empowerment is based on ending another human being’s life.

~Melissa Ohden