- The Greater Cincinnati African American Homeschool Alliance (GCAAHA) is a support group for parents, students, educators, and others who are committed to improving the academic achievement of black students via homeschooling.
GCAAHA is a growing group, with participants from Greater Cincinnati and Middletown.
Contact Alesia Wrencher at: firstname.lastname@example.org or (513) 515-1552.
- National African-American Homeschoolers Alliance
Membership is free, and includes their magazine Homeschooling Matters six times a year.
Great page on their website listing Black Support Groups both by state and online groups.
Phone: (919) 929-0080.
- African-American Unschooling
A national network of Black homeschooling families. Their site is an Internet resource for African-American Homeschoolers with an Africentric approach to learning all the time. African-American Unschoolers encounter math, science, reading, writing, art and history in the Real World because real living leads to real learning.
- The National Black Home Educators
13434 Plank Road, Private Mailbox 110, Baker, LA 70714. Created to serve the community by providing assistance with information about getting started homeschool, networking/connecting veteran families with new families, recommending resources such as books, music, films, speaking information, curriculum, etc.
Email: email@example.com. Their newsletter offers resource information on books, music, videos, that enrich our African American education. Each edition also features an African American homeschooling family, giving you an inside look at the why and how they homeschool. Also ideas for African American field trips and vacations across the United States.
- Holy Family Catholic Home Educators (HFCHE)
For Catholic home school parents in Cincinnati, east side.
You may contact HFCHE at firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit their website at www.hfche.org.
- Alice of Montbar Home Education Association(AMHEA)
For Catholic home school parents in Cincinnati, west side. Contact: email@example.com
- Christian Home Educators of Cincinnati (CHEC)
Citywide organization consisting of 19 local area support groups in the greater Cincinnati area. Monthly parent education meetings, monthly newsletter, group activities such as field trips, standardized testing, etc.
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or go to http://www.chechome.org.
- Reaching Educators And Children at Home (REACH)
The leaders of REACH are Christian, but all are welcome. Meetings are held in Loveland and serve families all over the east side of Cincinnati.
Contact: Beth Smith
- Our Uniquely Challenged Homeschoolers (OUCH)
This group, in addition to being the state representative for NATHHAN, are doing more on a state and regional level with workshops & information. They offer an "Ohio's Special Education Needs Resource Packet", a state newsletter packed with resources, updates, events, host sharing groups (around the state) & a email list. They have Speaker / Workshop Packets available on subjects for seminars & parent meetings: "Starting a Special Needs Homeschool", "Learning Differently", "ADD", "Nutrition & Learning" & many others. Donations / love offerings are appreciated for all materials. A Resource Table (non-sale samples, hard to find "special needs" items, etc.) is available at most workshops (email for workshop scheduling and cost details). O.U.C.H. has been involved in the homeschooling community for 8 years, and welcomes the opportunity to serve, share & network with you!
Contact: Renee Silvaroli (440) 944-4782 30213 Robert St., Wickliffe, OH 44092
- Beth Yada Home School Group
Meets the second Monday of each month at the YMCA in Middletown.
Contact: Dave DuVal 113 McKinley St., Middletown, OH 45042
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- Dayton Area Support for Homeschoolers (DASH)
- Homeschooling Under Grace (HUG)
We are a Christian homeschool support group based in and around Dayton. We have members from Kettering, Centerville, Miamisburg, Enon, Xenia, Spring Valley, Bellbrook, Beavercreek, Vandalia, and Huber Heights. We are a group dedicated to helping each other as we minister to our individual families. We offer a Gym Day twice a month for our children, a monthly newsletter - The HUG Herald - and various activities throughout the year including field trips, History Fair, and Open House (Show-and-Tell). We welcome the opportunity to make new friends and be of any help to anyone interested in homeschooling.
Contact: Brenda Tucker or Loa Sholder email@example.com
- Wright Independent Learning Cooperative (WILC)
Inclusive group from Dayton mostly consisting of families practicing a pretty relaxed form of homeschooling, of various religions. We get together almost every week - sometimes just informally at the park, other times for a field trip or specific program. Participation is up to each family. We aren't providing a group FOR homeschoolers. We're enjoying a group WITH other homeschoolers. If somebody wants the group to do something, like a field trip or a get-together, it's up to her or her family to see that it happens. We aren't providing a service to group members, so everybody is expected to participate in both leadership and participation.
Contact: Carol Narigon
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- Indiana Home Educators' Network (IHEN) "Helping Hoosiers Homeschool"
Lots of homeschooling contacts all across Indiana, a monthly newsletter, and an online chat room.
Website: www.ihen.org Email: Contact IHEN
- Whitewater Inclusive Homeschool Network (WIHN)
An inclusive homeschooling network whose purpose is to help homeschooling families in Dearborn (IN), Franklin (IN), and western Hamilton (OH) Counties and surrounding areas connect with and support each other in the task of educating our children at home. This network is open to families of any race, religion, and nationality, and actively welcomes diversity among its members. This is not primarily a parent support group but a means for families to find and cultivate relationships with others around common interests. This network will have particular appeal to families for whom finding others with whom to explore shared interests is integral to their approach to homeschooling, although families of all approaches to homeschooling are welcome. WIHN has been shaped by HSN; the distance we live from the heart of HSN activities prompted the formation of WIHN. We welcome participation from HSN members in WIHN activities. If you would like more information about either activities or membership, contact:
Anna Korn (513) 202-1413
Robyn Zitnick (765) 647-2471
Sheryl Nisly-Nagele (812) 623-0582 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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- Teaching Homes In Northern Kentucky (THINK)
Christian home educators. Meetings are held on the third Tuesday of every month, from August through June, at 7 p.m., with new Homeschoolers Orientation at 6:30 p.m. They offer a member list of other homeschooling families, a monthly newsletter, and a website.
http://www.thinkathome.com Contact: email@example.com
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- Ohio Home Educators Network (OHEN)
Serving families in Northeastern Ohio
- Ohio Organizations listed by H-I-O
- Home School Legal Defense Association Ohio Page
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- National Challenged Homeschoolers Association Network (NATHHAN)
- American Homeschool Association
- Ohio Home Education Coalition (OHEC)
- National Homeschool Association
- Home School Legal Defense Association [HSLDA]
P.O. Box 39
Portill, ID 83853
P.O. Box 3142
Palmer, AR 99645
Child-Led/Unschooling Community Support
Carol Wentz Radacci
A new statewide advocacy group
4627 Haddington Dr
Toledo, OH 43623
(513) 683-1279 (Cincinnati)
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- The Military Homeschooler Serving American military homeschoolers around the world
- Hindu Homeschooling
- DharmaMom A buddhist homeschooling family
- Homeschooling Unitarian Universalists
- Pagan Homeschool Page