You can say Kaddish for your loved one lost through abortion - son or daughter, sister or brother, niece or nephew, or grandbaby. Recite Kaddish for your lost loved one on a weekly teleconference call.               
Please email us and we will provide you with the telephone conference call-in numbers and time. Kaddish

The preborn child is not a "potential" human being, but rather a Human Being with Potential!

A process that, in its ultimate form, empowers us to not only transcend our failings but to also redeem them: to literally travel back in time and redefine the essential nature of a past deed, transforming it from evil to good.
Teshuvah is fueled by the utter dejection experienced by one who wakes to the realization that they have destroyed all that is beautiful and sacred in their life; by the pain of one who has cut themselves off from the source of life and well-being;  by the alienation felt by one who finds themselves without cause or reason to live. Teshuvah is a person’s amazing ability to translate these feeling of pain, worthlessness, and alienation into the drive for rediscovery and renewal.

Excerpt from Tikvat Rachel, our post abortion healing program.                                                                                                  

The Jewish Pro-Life Foundation honors and encourages the healing journey of every post abortive Jew, young or old, male or female, religious or secular.


We offer these ways to help:


✡ If you are suffering from an abortion experience, please contact us. We have several post abortive Jewish women who are glad to talk with you about their healing journey.  We will put you in touch with these kind and helpful women.


✡ We also offer a monthly confidential teleconference support call the first week of the month at 9:00 pm EST.  Please join us.

The  call in number is (712) 770-4160. Pin number is  786379.

Visit our Tikvat Rachel Facebook Page for up to date information.


✡ Tikvat Rachel offers a healing pathway for Jews who seek a confidential, safe, accepting, and compassionate Jewish program to address the deeply personal issues that arise after abortion.  We base the program on the Jewish concept of Teshuvah and its promise of healing in Judaism. For the post abortive Jew, Teshuvah provides relief from the pain, sadness, grief, loneliness and confusion after abortion. These feelings go unexpressed in our social, family, temple, and professional circles due to the fear of being ostracized or judged. This isolates us on a personal level and leads to mental and behavioral problems that get worse over time. Traditional drug or talk therapy have little effect without this essential spiritual component.


Download our  Tikvat Rachel brochure  for an overview of the program.


During the 10 Days of Repentance between Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur we host an email study of Tikvat Rachel. Contact us at to receive the study emails.

"Weeping is lodged in one side of my heart, and joy is lodged in the other."    

The Zohar.

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 The Thirteen Attributes of Mercy
Hashem, Hashem, God, Compassionate and Gracious, Slow to Anger, and Abundant in Kindness and Truth.  Preserver of kindness for thousands of generations, Forgiver of iniquity, willful sin, and error, and Who cleanses.

Prayer for our lost children:
O God, full of mercy, Who dwells on high, grant proper rest on the wings of the Divine presence - in the lofty levels of the holy and pure ones, who shine like the glow of the firmament - for the souls of all our children, the holy and pure ones who were lost through the hands of the abortion doctors, may they someday come to understand their sin, and find mercy,  forgiveness, and redemption through your grace.  May the resting place of our children be in the Garden of Eden - therefore may the Master of mercy shelter them in the shelter of His wings for eternity; and may he bind their souls in the Bond of Life.  HaShem is their heritage, and may they repose in peace in their resting places.  Amen.

 "Memorial for Unborn Children," created  by  Slovakian sculptor Martin Hudacek


The Jewish Soul ✡ A Simple Thing ✡ At One With God ✡ In Everything Rabbi Simcha Wasserman