Address Our Mess Offers Support and Therapeutic Resources for Hoarders

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Hoarding support groups and therapist resources can be difficult to come by for hoarders and those willing to help them. Address Our Mess, a leading specialist in hoarding and clutter cleanup, have announced the addition of these vital resources to their newly published site at hoardinghelp.com.

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With growing lists of participating (support groups and therapists) that span from the East Coast of the United States to Michigan, hoarders and their helpers can now explore every type of alternative in the recovery process.

For hoarders, seeking the help of professionals to help with the debilitating mental condition is a victory in and of itself. Many hoarders remain hidden behind an unhealthy veil of secrecy and seclusion while struggling with a condition that leaves them feeling powerless. Hoarding cleaning experts at Address Our Mess have been helping hoarders and their helpers with the deep cleaning portion of the recovery process for over twenty years. Cleaning and sanitizing a hoarder’s home is an integral part of the process and, in some cases, may be all hoarders need to get ahead of their condition. However, some need the help of support groups and other therapeutic avenues.

Address Our Mess has announced a new feature on their newly published site hoardinghelp.com. Sufferers of the condition can now find Hoarding Support Groups and Hoarding Therapists directly through the hoarding expert. With growing lists of participating members that span from the East Coast of the United States to Michigan, hoarders and their helpers can now explore every type of alternative in the recovery process.

Contemporary mental health studies began in the mid-nineteenth century when William Sweetzer first defined the term “mental hygiene.” This led to the formation of the American Psychiatric Association (APA) in 1844, which approaching its 170th Anniversary, has expanded to more than 36,000 members worldwide. It took almost as long to identify the hoarding condition as its own form of mental disorder as opposed to a symptom to other disorders. Since the publication of the APA’s fifth edition of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-V) in May of 2013, more support groups and therapeutic resources have become available for hoarders.

While hoarding support groups and therapists are only two examples in the wide spectrum of treatments available to hoarders, supplementing hoarding cleaning with mental help could be the key to a healthier lifestyle. Because the focus on hoarding treatment is currently in its infantile stage, many courses of action for successful recovery are still being developed by mental health professionals across the world.

With approximately two to five percent of the world’s population in need of hoarding cleaning in locations across the globe, the demand is high for quality resources. By partnering with one of the leading clutter cleanup specialists in the United States, hoarding support groups and therapists can feel confident in knowing that their clients will have a full range of treatment types available at their disposal with hoardinghelp.com.

About Address Our Mess:

For more than 22 years, Address Our Mess has provided hoarding and clutter cleanup services in locations across the continental United States. With project managers certified to handle any type of deep cleaning situation, Address Our Mess is equipped to deliver exceptional service while providing keen insight to the hoarding recovery process. To learn more about Address Our Mess, visit http://www.addressourmess.com.

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