Oregon Support Groups


This Oregon homeschool support groups listing was compiled by Home Education Magazine, with the assistance of the listed groups, to support homeschooling families in their communities.

Barnraisers, http://groups.yahoo.com/group/Barnraisers/

Corvallis Area Christian Home Educators(CACHE), Nikki Stauber,Leadership team member, 594 Pioneer St., Philomath, OR 97370, 541-929-9276,CACHE1-owner-at-yahoogroups.com,  http://www.groups.yahoo.com/groups/CACHE1

Eugene Area Unschoolers, Jennefer, Harper,List Creator, Eugene, Oregon 97402, http://groups.yahoo.com/group/EugeneAreaUnschoolers/

Eugene-Springfield Homeschool Association (ESHA), Barbara  Handley,  Director,  Eugene,  OR 97402, http://www.eshaoregon.com

Greater Portland Homeschoolers, PO Box 82265, Portland, OR 97282, 503-241-5350 (voice mail); info-at-gphomeschool.org, http://www.gphomeschool.org

Homeschoolers In Portland (The HIP list), OR, http://groups.yahoo.com/group/HIP_list/

LDS Oregon Home Educators Association (LDS-OHEA),Ann Agent, President, 5834 NW 181st Ave, Portland, OR 97229-7903, 503-629-2590, http://www.lds-ohea.org/

Oregon Christian Home Education Assoc Network (OCEANetwork), Dorothy Karman,Editor,17985 Falls City Rd, Dallas, OR 97338, 503-288-1285, mail-at-oceanetwork.org,  http://www.oceanetwork.org , Laws: http://www.oceanetwork.org/started/law.cfm

Oregon Home Education Network, (OHEN), PO Box 82715, Portland, OR 97282-0715; Amy Grant, 503-321-5166 (voice mail); info-at-ohen.org, http://www.ohen.org

Oregon Pagan Homeschool Association, (OPHA), PO Box 129, Madras, OR 97741; Rev. Lisa G. Whittaker, 541-546-6108; crone-at-goddessmoon.org, http://www.goddessmoon.org

Salem Homeschoolers Independent Network of Educ. (S.H.I.N.E), Sonja  Persey

Salem, OR 97302,  caussiemixmom-at-yahoo.com  http://groups.yahoo.com/group/SHINEweb/

The Learning Community of Corvallis (TLC),Mary Gold, group founder, OR, zenmomma-at-comcast.net, http://groups.yahoo.com/group/CorvallisTLC/

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