Provincial Expansion for Hoarding Project

The Hoarding Project, which was launched back in 2013, is looking to expand across the province to help communities diagnose and treat hoarders. Since the project was launched two years ago, the group has received almost 16,000 calls from throughout Ontario and the United States and they have helped 247 local hoarders.

According to the Dean of the Boston University School of Social Work Gail Steketee, hoarding is a complicated condition that is often accompanied by other mental health and social problems. It can cause a great amount of stress to the victim and hoarded objects ultimately become a source of security and permanence in their lives.

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