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Homeschool Associations

Here you will find links to statewide organizations formed to provide advocacy and legislative watch to homeschooling families.  If you are looking for support groups in your area, click here.

Entries beginning with an asterisk are national organizations.

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Vermont Home Education Network (VHEN)
Vermont Home Education Network (VHEN) was formed to promote, lobby, network, and enhance home education in Vermont. They offer a newsletter and discussion forum.
Washington Homeschool Organization (WHO)
The Washington Homeschool Organization (WHO) is a statewide, non-profit membership organization. Its mission is to serve the diverse interests of home-based education in Washington State. WHO is nonpartisan, nonsectarian, and nondiscriminating in its views of homeschooling and participation in its activities.
West Virginia Home Educators Association (WVHEA)
WVHEA is an inclusive, statewide homeschool organization serving the interests of the diverse homeschooling community. WVHEA supports and reports on homeschooling in West Virginia. WVHEA’s offers Homeschoolers Day at the Legislature, Family Day, and the Fall Conference. WVHEA also offers annual testing in the Spring and publishes its newsletter, The WVHEA Report, during the even months.
Wisconsin Christian Home Educators Association (CHEA)
Wisconsin CHEA is a non-profit ministry serving home educators in the state of Wisconsin. CHEA maintains an informative website, conducts media interviews upon request, and works diligently to inform the general public about the benefits of home education. CHEA keeps the public informed of all homeschool news, both state and nationwide, and conducts an annual statewide home educators’ conference.
Wisconsin Parents Association (WPA)
WPA is a statewide, inclusive, grassroots organization founded in 1984 to oppose legislation that would have severely limited homeschoolers' freedoms by giving the Department of Public Instruction power and authority over homeschools. WPA brings families together through annual conferences and a network of Regional Coordinators, informs the legislature, the media, and the general public about homeschooling, and maintains a favorable climate of opinion for homeschooling in Wisconsin.