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Animal Hoarding:

We aren’t aware of any specialized resources in this area for animal hoarding right now, but below are good sources of information that may help lead you to find resources in your area:

 

 

Assessment & Measurement Tools:

 

 

Authority in the U.S. for Information about Hoarding Disorder:

 

 

 

 

 

Cleaning Companies-Hoarded Environments:

Critical Care Biorecovery, LLC
Serving the state of Oregon
503-698-4415

•Additional crisis cleaning/hoarding related
•Want to break into the hoarded home cleaning business?

•Hoarder Home Specialist Course

 

 

Doctors/Therapists/Counselors:

David A. Hart, MD
1300 NW Harrison Blvd Suite B-10
Corvallis, OR 97330 US
Phone: (541) 738-2911
Fax: (541) 738-2738

Ricks Warren, PhD, ABPP
Anxiety Dis. Clinic
4550 SW Kruse Way #225
Lake Oswego, OR 97035 US
Phone: (503) 635-8710
Fax: (503) 635-0583

Rory F. Richardson, PhD, FICPP
4422 NE Devils Lake Blvd – Suite 3
Lincoln City, OR 97367 US
Phone: (541) 994-4462

Robert W. McLellarn, PhD
5440 SW Westgate Drive
Suite 175
Portland, OR 97232 US
Phone: (971).645.0033

Johan Rosqvist, Psy.D.
CBT Solutions for Anxiety Clinic
511 S.W. 10th., Suite 400
Portland, OR 97205-2732
(503) 352-2405

 

 

 

Elders:
Image source-My Mother’s Garden Documentary

  • National Center on Elder Abuse: State Directory of Helplines, Hotlines, and Elder Abuse Prevention Resources-State reporting numbers, government agencies, state laws, state-specific data and statistics, and other resources.
  • The National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys, Inc. (NAELA) was founded in 1987 as a professional association of attorneys who are dedicated to improving the quality of legal services provided to people as they age and people with special needs.
  • National Association Senior Move Managers -Facilitates “the physical and emotional aspects of relocation for older adults, with a national referral network, for delivery of services with compassion and integrity.”

 

Elder & hoarding related info & news stories

 

 

 

Fire Departments Specially Trained for Hoarded Structures/Related:

2/27/12
Hoarding likely to blame in St. Johns house fire that injured 1

2/16/12
Portland Fire Bureau Warns Of Hoarding Dangers After Man Dies In Fire

Currently we don’t know of any specialized training in this area. Here’s what they are doing in Arizona though-hooray AZ!

Maricopa County firefighters practice battling fires in hoarder homes.
Watch the video.

Fire & safety hoarding related news stories

 

Hoarding Task Forces & Related Services:

We aren’t aware of any Hoarding Task Forces in this area at this time, but please check the two sites* above who may have more current listings than we do at the present time.

 

 


Professional Organizers:

 


Excerpt from: Professional Organizers & Hoarding Clients

  • by Cristina Sorrentino Schmalisch, PhD, LICSW

Professional organizers can provide important help for clients who are getting mental health treatment for hoarding. Very few mental health providers make home visits and even those who do can usually only provide limited visits (for example, once per month). Working with a professional organizer can give clients critical hands-on help with their hoarded items. Ideally, the professional organizer would contact the therapist and work with them to help the client’s hoarding symptoms.

Some professional organizers have specialized training in working with hoarding or related problems, such as chronic disorganization (CD). This specialized Institute for Challenging Disorganization (ICD) provides information about CD and trains professionals to work effectively with this problem. However, CD is not the same as hoarding because a person may be chronically disorganized without having hoarding (for example, because of current depression or attention deficit disorder). In contrast, most people who hoard do have CD. The ICD provides contact information for professional organizers with different levels of expertise in working with CD (www.challengingdisorganization.org). The National Association of Professional Organizers provides contact information for the broader group of professional organizers and also provides training opportunities.

 


The ICD offers a variety of resources to help both people who are challenged by chronic disorganization and the professionals who work with them:

  • The Code of Ethics provides guidelines for professionals and also helps potential clients know what to expect of an ethical organizer
  • The Useful Links section provides links to outside organizations that offer information and assistance to chronically disorganized people
  • The ICD Clutter-Hoarding Scale is a free assessment tool to help professional organizers and related professionals evaluate the health and safety aspect of clutter/hoarding situations
  • The FAQs section provides answers to questions the public might have about chronic disorganization and the ICD
  • The ICD is involved in collaborative research projects relating to chronic disorganization. The Research Projects section describes that work.
  • Additional reading from the ICD

•Want to break into the organizing business & help hoarding clients?
•The Board of Certification for Professional Organizers
(BCPO®) (certifying body whose charter is to increase the professionalism of the organizing industry)

 

 

Support Groups, In-person-Family Members of Hoarders:
We aren’t aware of any at this time in this area

 

 


Support Groups, In-person-Hoarders:

Portland
Johan Rosqvist, Psy.D.
CBT Solutions for Anxiety Clinic
511 S.W. 10th., Suite 400
Portland, OR 97205-2732
(503) 352-2405
http://www.pscpacific.org/cbt.php

Portland
Oregon Health & Science University, 3181 S.W. Sam Jackson Park Rd. Portland, Oregon 97239-3098
Dr. James Hancey, director of the outpatient psychiatry clinic at Oregon Health & Science University runs a free, twice monthly group open to anyone with a primary diagnosis of OCD. A number of members have problems with hoarding. Those who attend sometimes get behavioral assignments to work on between meetings; group members often help one another by sharing strategies that work for them.
Learn more: 503-494-8613.

Southwest Portland
Dr. Robert W. McLellarn, director of the Anxiety and Panic Treatment Center in Southwest Portland, runs a weekly OCD group for his patients and it frequently includes patients with hoarding issues. If enough patients are interested, he says, he’ll start a hoarding-specific therapy group.
Contact the clinic: 971-645-0033.
Portland and Hillsboro
Pacific Psychology Clinic, affiliated with Pacific University, has offices in downtown Portland and Hillsboro. Some of its therapists, led by : Dr. Johan Rosqvist,(http://www.pacificu.edu/spp/clinic/), work with hoarders in their homes, when invited, and help those with limited budgets.
Portland office: 503-352-2400
Hillsboro office: 503-352-7333

Beaverton
Clutterers Anonymous: Support meetings aim to help people who suffer from an addiction to hoarding and cluttering their living spaces; 6:30-8 p.m. Fridays at Westside Service Center, 12945 S.W. Beaverdam Road, Beaverton; $1 rent contribution per meeting suggested.

 

 

Manual for Facilitating a Support Group
from the IOCDF, if you’d like to start a group in your area!

 

 


Treatment Centers/Clinics for Hoarders:

Anxiety Treatment Institute: Dr. Johan Rosqvist of Pacific Psychology Clinic, also works through this new clinic in Southwest Portland, 503-830-7905.

 

 


Additional Information/Resources:

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News Articles/Media:

 

 

General hoarding related news articles in our archives/all areas, if you’d like to see how the reporting has changed (and readers comments) with all the recent awareness about Hoarding Disorder:

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Disclaimer re: all services/businesses/providers
The services, businesses, treatment providers and all others (as well as external links) listed do not mean a recommendation or endorsement by Children of Hoarders Inc. These listings are for sharing general knowledge on what is available only. All businesses and services should be carefully researched by consumers before entering in to any contract or any schedule of services what-so-ever. Children of Hoarders Inc. has no affiliation with any of the businesses or services listed, nor does it receive any commissions for services contracted by our site visitors. Children of Hoarders Inc. is not responsible for the business practices, services or fees, of anyone listed in these pages, or the content of any external links.

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