Bourne Health Department Deals with Patients Suffering Compulsive Hoarding

Bourne Health Agent Cynthia Coffin and Health Inspector Carrie Furtek attended a session conducted by the Mid-cape Hoarding Task Force. The meeting included a film about hoarding, the mental health issues involved as well as the dangers a situation can have on a property and the neighborhood.

According to Coffin, it has become a recognizable problem on a wider scale. She said that family members from the next generation can provide help to deal with the hoarding issues that seem to get out of control.

Coffin added that when she was first appointed as Bourne’s health agent, there were homes around the town that may have been considered a problem because the collecting got out of control.

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