Volunteers Help Resolve Hoarding Issues

Hoarding was only recently recognized as a distinct mental health issue. Its treatment, like with other  disorders, is often hampered by the reluctance of the patient to admit that there is something wrong with their behavior. That’s why help from volunteers can go a long way in bringing back victims of hoarding on the right track.

A volunteer group in Arizona is doing just that.

According to  Sara Goldenberg for abc15.com, “The task force is made up of experts like firefighters, inspectors and counselors who believe hoarding is a huge problem in the Valley.”

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