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Toolkit: Click HERE to download our logo graphics pack

Please use our hashtag: #helpinghoarders

Keith’s Story:

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Nigels Story:

HDTV – Hoarding Disorders TV

This is a free to subscribe YouTube channel for anyone who is affected by Hoarding Disorders, their friends, family and other agency’s.
Amanda Peet who is an EFT Practitioner will be providing short videos to help with various emotions that can be linked to Hoarding Disorder. EFT (Emotional Freedom Technique) or Tapping as it is also known is a way of reducing and eliminating the intensity associated with all kinds of life event emotions.

Subscribe to the channel by clicking the button below.

Making Room has made this video on their event that took place last year during Hoarding Awareness Week:

Support me, support you, supporting hoarding together from MRS Independent Living on Vimeo.

Hoarding Ice Breaker Document

If clutter, disorganisation or hoarding is affecting your health (mental or physical health) and making you feel anxious, depressed or unwell, then it’s advisable to have a chat with your GP.

If you don’t know what to say or how to start the conversation, then simply download, print off and complete this Ice-Breaker document, and hand it to your GP (or other medical professional).

They should then start asking all sorts of questions to enable them to start working out what might be causing your symptoms, and discuss some options that will hopefully help make you feel better. There could be a number of different things causing you to feel unwell, so it’s best not to assume there’s just one cause, or just one treatment.

Don’t be surprised if they suggest involving other people to support you or your family with practical assistance to reduce the clutter, disorganisation or hoarding affecting your life. The result should be a positive effect on your health, which should ultimately reduce the risk of ongoing health problems in the future.

Please go to the link below to download more information:

This year for Hoarding Awareness Week, Making Room are taking on some of the most common myths that we hear about hoarding, and setting the record straight! Check it out here.

Also feel free to check out our videos on myths like the one below…

Useful links


GP leaflet for Hoarders

GP Awareness of Hoarding Disorder is very important:
Please encourage your local GP to print out the poster  – Living Room – and put it in their surgery.

Click HERE to view/download the poster

If there is a support group in the area please advise your GP about that too.
For GP’s themselves – to give them a bit of an overview there is the GP’s leaflet – 4 pages to print off for their information.
Pass it on – this is raising awareness. You can do this anytime of the year but this week is a good starting point to get the discussion going.

Clouds End CICThe GP’s leaflet was created by Clouds End CIC and was developed after a Hoarding Awareness Training session with GPs.




Click on the images above to view and print in full size or alternatively download the completed PDF version HERE.


· An AmicusHorizon resident with hoarding issues and the housing officer who worked with him have both agreed to be interviewed about their experiences of the journey they’ve been on while working together to make the property safe. We’re hoping to Have this ready in time for the awareness week.

Are you suffering from hoarding related issues? Then why not join this fantastic monthly online/Skype/Phone hoarding support group:

Online Hoarding Support Group Evening

For People with OCD and Related Conditions (including hoarding issues) we have developed this National Local Support Group Survey.
The survey is for people who both DO and DON’T go to a support group and will help us as a Charity (amongst many other things) better understand the following:

  • Why people use support groups
  • The benefits people experience going to a support group
  • Why people don’t go to a support group
  • What barriers might prevent someone going to a support group

Take part in this National Survey…

The new National Survey is vital for us to learn and then further our work with support groups, especially when thinking about how we can support and encourage people from hard to reach communities to attend a local support group. The data collected is confidential and can be anonymous if people don’t wish to give a name.

I hope you will be able to help us by promoting the following link…

Take Survey Now

Please use the images below to share across your social media channels:

Download all 4 images here: NHAW – Social Media Images

or right click on the images below and choose ‘save image as’.