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40 Ways to Help Homeschool Kids in Bad Situations

This post was originally published on Homeschoolers Anonymous. It is a list of 40 suggestions offered by members of the Homeschoolers Anonymous community in response to this question: If you grew up in a bad or less-than-ideal family and/or… Read More

How to Become an Advocate for Child Safety

Never underestimate the difference one adult can make in the life of a child. Take a moment to read through our list of 40 Ways to Help Homeschool Kids in Bad Situations. As this list makes clear, the… Read More

Children’s Rights and Child Protection

Children have rights that are independent from those of their parents. For example, children have the right to be cared for and to not be abused. Children also have the right to access information and develop their talents…. Read More

For Family & Friends

Many people have friends, neighbors, or family members who homeschool. Perhaps your cousin homeschools her children, or maybe it is your neighbor who homeschools his children. You may be curious, supportive, or concerned. Whichever it is, our goal… Read More

Responding to Abuse & Neglect

CRHE was founded in 2013 by homeschool graduates. To date, we are the only child advocacy organization founded and run by individuals who were homeschooled, focusing on the rights of children who are homeschooled. CRHE was born out… Read More

Support Homeschooled Students in Your Community

This page is for people who want to start making a difference and shifting the conversation in their own communities, where all change truly starts.  Lasting legislative change only happens when people organize. The most effective way to… Read More

Self Education Resources

This is a growing list of books and resources about healing from trauma and self education compiled by homeschool alumni. If you have a resource to add please fill out the form at the end of this page…. Read More

How to Pursue Healing and Justice as a Homeschool Alumni

This article does not constitute the giving of legal or medical advice. For specific legal or medical advice, consult with an attorney or a health care professional. If you’re a homeschool alum who was abused or neglected growing… Read More

Song HyoA: “They mold me into an identity that is perfect for them, but not for me”

“It takes time, dedication, experience, expertise, money, resources, and structure to homeschool your children, not just spending dollars on a curriculum that will not help them get into university. You give your children a future that changes their… Read More

Amber Moore: “Nobody could help me except myself”

“The cognitive dissonance grew so intolerable that it took me down a road that led me to throw away many of the beliefs I grew up having.” I am 25 years old and I am the middle child… Read More