Forming a Hoarding Task Force

A person suffering from a hoarding disorder needs a lot of help. That person could have been living in filth and in unsanitary condition for years. The first people who would be coming in contact with  hoarders should know the proper techniques on how to deal with them.

In Lincolnwood, there has been an effort to properly train responders on how to deal with hoarders.

According to Natalie Hayes  for the Lincolnwood Review, “Last month, Lincolnwood fire chief Mike Hansen helped develop a “Hoarder Task Force” to streamline how the village responds to a resident found living in unsanitary or life-threatening conditions ? a situation Hansen said occurs more often than people may think.”

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