Senate Bill 18 Seeks to Study Hoarding and its Potential Solutions

Hoarding is an officially recognized psychiatric disorder characterized by excessive and haphazard collection of possessions – anything from newspapers to pets. And because of the fact that this medical condition can pose threat and real danger for the afflicted individual and his family members, experts consider this illness as serious public and safety hazard.

Due to the increasing number of recent hoarding incidents in the state, lawmakers are considering passing a bill that will investigate hoarding disorder as well as identify its potential solutions.

Sen. Paul Doyle, a Democrat from Wethersfield and one of the bill’s main champions, said, “It’s a huge problem.  It’s your neighbor, it’s someone on your street.”

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