The mission of the Center for Hoarding and Cluttering is to work to decrease the misinformation and stigmas surrounding clutter, hoarding behavior, and hoarding disorder. Additionally, through professional education, we strive to assist community partners in implementing effective collaborative efforts to bring about sustainable change in the communities that we serve.

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Coming Soon! Agency Membership Courses

We are currently looking for experienced presenters interested in having us host their trainings online. If interested, please complete this formCall for Presenters

Professional Online Training

The Center for Hoarding and Cluttering is focused on offering quality online training for professionals who, through their line of work, come across hoarding cases. To increase access to professional training (often limited by location, agency association, timing, and cost) we are building a comprehensive catalogue of courses and support materials addressing every aspect of hoarding. These courses will feature a variety of the most experienced and respected professionals in the treatment of hoarding. All courses will offer Certificates of Completion and we will be adding Social Work CEU options as we continue to grow. 

There are two ways to access our catalogue of courses: Individual Access or Agency Membership Access

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Peer Support for Individuals

There is no shortage of information available online about issues with clutter and hoarding behavior. However, we find that the information can be overwhelming, is often contradictory, and rarely takes into consideration mental health, processing issues, or trauma and loss. We know that your best opportunity for support and success comes from having the ability to connect with and work alongside others that share your experiences.

Peer Support for Family Members

There is no shortage of information available for individuals struggling with clutter and hoarding behavior. However, we find that resources and supports for family members are limited and often one-sided. The Center for Hoarding and Cluttering understands that family members experience significant frustration and complications with hoarding behavior. We know that your best opportunity for support comes from having the ability to connect with others that share your experiences.