Hoarding Disorders UK

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They help and support people who are affected not only by hoarding and clutter but also by chronic disorganisation. They provide practical hands-on help within people’s homes and provide a person-centred approach to each individual. They understand that hoarding is a very complex issue and each case is unique.

Their approach is non-judgemental, and they work at a pace suitable to our clients. Their priority is to focus on improving people’s health, safety and wellness. They help empower individuals to make positive changes to their lives.

Resources and research:

They have a vast range of resources that can be found on their website as well as conducted research. 

Support Groups:

Anyone affected by hoarding or who knows someone who hoards is welcome to attend a support and advice group. The group is non-judgmental, confidential and supportive, giving advice and practical solutions.

At the moment they only have support groups available at Bracknell, Newbury, Reading, Sheffield and Online.

Groups are free to attend and open to friends, family and advocates.


They also offer training courses.

Contact Details

0330 133 2310



8 Norton Garth Court, Station Road, Sidmouth, England, EX10 8NY

Other Info

Support Groups are free to attend but training courses are paid.

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