"IN" Box to contact all advisors and board members.
E-mail Contact Page: We have also created en e-mail contact
form for sending mail through the web site. For a more comprehensive
list of contacts, Click Here.
Mail Directory Page
Journal Newsletter Staff: From the publisher and editor
to the writers. Contact them here.
Column: E-mail address for the INterview section of the
IHEN Journal. People can write to the reporters or the featured
interviewees at this address.
Services Staff: All web services and projects personnel
can be reached here.
You should receive an auto response post followed by an advertising
staff reply. IHEN is supported by those who want to reach
homeschoolers throughout Indiana with their message. Let us
know if there's a way we can help you, Help Hoosiers Homeschool.
Statewide Advertising Rate Card:
This is an auto response address, that should send out the latest
rate card information for most all of IHEN's available ad spaces.
For specific quotes, write to the advertising staff above. Thank
you in advance for Helping Hoosiers Homeschool.
IHEN Staff and Volunteer Addresses:
Please refer to the IHEN Mail Directory Page, to send e-mail
from the web site to individuals.
County Contacts: By writing to the "CountyContacts"
address, you will not only be sending mail to an IHEN County
Contact, but you will also receive an e-mail listing various
e-lists, resources and services IHEN provides.
you are just interested in writing to your IHEN County Contact
directly, send your mail to the second address, making sure
to write your county in the subject line, so we'll know who
you're writing to.
Sends mail, and also delivers an auto response post with current
resources and support links.
Direct e-mail contact.
FAQs Line: Do you have a question that should be included
in IHEN's FAQs Database
on the web site? Send it along to this address, and we'll
try to help get an answer as soon as possible.
Web Sites Editor:
Anything that has to do with the IndianaHomeschoolers or IHEN
web sites, let the site editor know. Things can only be fixed
if someone points out what needs to be fixed.