2015 Meetings :
Our next meeting date hasn't been confirmed yet, we will post the date as soon as we can. .
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Hoarding Disorder Support Group “Buried in Treasures”
“Buried in Treasures” is a facilitated, self-help, support group for people with Hoarding Disorder or hoarding tendencies to help them manage their hoarding behavior, learn skills to reduce their clutter, and most importantly, learn they are not alone.
Program Orientation and Registration: Our first program ends June 30, 2015. Our next program will begin January 2016. We will post the orientation date once it is confirmed.
However, in between our Buried in Treasures Programs we will have support group meetings twice a month, beginning late July through December. We will post dates once they are confirmed.
Location will be the Abrams Public Health Center, address below, from 4:30pm-5:30pm
Our support group meetings will be open only to those who are struggling with hoarding tendencies - newcomers are always welcome.
Abrams Public Health Center - Room 1104 (on the first floor), 3950 S. Country Club Road, Tucson, Az 85714
Buried in Treasures Program Length is 15 weeks, Tuesday evenings 4:30pm – 6:00pm at the Abrams Public Health Center, Room 1104. Weekly attendance is strongly encouraged because the program topics and homework progress with each week. However, we welcome participants to attend as many meetings as possible and newcomers may register at any point during the program.
Cost $10 (scholarships available)
Who can participate This support group is for anyone who has been diagnosed with Hoarding Disorder or is worried about their hoarding behaviors.
Workshop Facilitators : Jennifer Hagan, Pima Council on Aging; Angie Sytsma, Pima Council on Aging; Kathryn Sanderlin, University of Arizona Department of Psychiatry; Lisa O’Neill, University of Arizona Center on Aging
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