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Online Resources, Discussion Groups and Boards
 
Children of Hoarders- A grassroots, all-volunteer, not-for profit organization made up of adult children of hoarders, dedicated to increasing awareness and understanding of the unique challenges facing children of hoarders, while helping them to support themselves and each other   www.childrenofhoarders.com
 
Clutterers Anonymous (CLA) is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strnght, and hope with each other so that they may solve their common problem with clutter and help each othr to recover. Face-to-face and phone support group meetings can be found in the "meetings' section of the website:  www.clutterersanonymous.net
 
Clutterers Recovery Groups, Inc.
National Organization- Newsletter, literature, information, referrals, conferences, pen pals and group meeting locations. www.clutterless.org
 
H-C (Hoarding/Clutter) For compulsive hoarders with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder and a strong desire to improve their living and work spaces. This is a working group; be prepared to be in the action stage within 60 days of joining, with regular reporting back to the group.  www.health.groups.yahoo.com/group/H-C/
 
Internattional Exchange on Hoarding- Dedicated to the exchange of information between agencies and organizations that provide community based mulit-agency intervention for hoarding situations that come to the attention of public authorities. www.hoardingtaskforce.org
 
 International Obsessive Compulsive Disorders Foundation Hoarding Center (IOCDF) - The most thorough and extensive website dedicated to helping peole afflicted and impacted by hoarding disorder. www.ocfoundation.org/hoarding/
 
Messies Anonymous- National Organization- Multilingual 12 step prgram. Motivation and improve self image as control of house and life is obtained. Meetings, quarterly newsletter, interactive online group, books and materials available. www.messies.com/
 
O-H-T Overcoming Hoarding Together- For loved ones of people with hoarding behavior. Offers education, enlightenment, encouragement. Under the guideance of a licensed marraige and family therapist. www.health.group.yahoo.com/group/O-H-T/
 
Paula Hosts H-C (Hoarding-Cluttering)- This is a launch pad for those who just learned that they have something called Obsessive Compulsive Disorder or hoarding. Information to help the newly diagnosed to learn about hoarding and what they can do to help themselves. www.health.groups.yahoo.com/group/H-C/
 
 
 
 
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