There are approximately 175 Ohio Child Conservation Leagues (OCCLs) throughout the state.  They are divided geographically between five districts:


Central District Delaware County, Franklin County, Hardin County, Madison County, Marion County, Union County, Wyandot County
Northeastern District Ashland County, Ashtabula County, Carroll County, Columbiana County, Crawford County, Holmes County, Knox County, Mahoning County, Morrow County, Richland County, Trumbull County, Tuscarawas County
Northwestern District Defiance County, Erie County, Fulton County, Hancock County, Henry County, Lorain County, Lucas County, Ottawa County, Paulding County, Putnam County, Sandusky County, Seneca County, Williams County, Wood County
Southeastern District Fairfield County, Gallia County, Licking County, Morgan County, Muskingum County, Perry County, Pickaway County, Washington County
Southwestern District Allen County, Auglaize County, Brown County, Clark County, Darke County, Fayette County, Mercer County, Montgomery County, Shelby County, Van Wert County, Warren County


Membership is not limited to women who are mothers. Any woman who has an active interest in the purpose of OCCL is welcome to be a member of an individual league.  For more information about OCCL in your area, see each district’s information on the “Contacts” menu.