New Chart Helps Hoarders Sort Clutter

Those struggling with the hoarding condition can be hiding in plain sight as friend, neighbors, even family members. While the embarrassment of the hoarding condition can drive a person to seclusion, learning how to help a hoarder by understanding the severity of their condition with tools like Address Our Mess' Levels of Hoarding Chart is crucial to improving their quality of life.

Nov 18, 2013, 03:00 ET from Address Our Mess

MOUNT LAUREL, N.J., Nov. 18, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- For those living with the debilitating symptoms caused by the hoarding condition, finding the proper course of action to clean up and recover can be overwhelming and downright difficult.  Address Our Mess, a leading authority on hoarding and clutter cleanup, has developed a Levels of Hoarding Chart specifically designed to assist hoarders and their helpers with starting on the road to recovery.  With locations across the continental United States, Address Our Mess has spent the better part of the last twenty years helping those in need of severe clutter and hoarding cleanup. 


During dozens of recent case studies conducted since March of 2013, project managers have concluded that one of the largest obstacles in the way of providing hoarders with a happier, healthier lifestyle is derived from the fact that hoarders are unaware of just how serious their condition is.

Address Our Mess has published "Levels of Hoarding", a comprehensive chart designed to take the mystery out of a person's individual hoarding condition.  Thanks to this unique visual tool, hoarders and their helpers alike can determine just how severe their problem has become.  Ranging from "mild" to "life-threatening," Address Our Mess case managers have provided a checklist of potential dangers that will instill a sense of urgency in those in need of a healthier living environment.

Of the multitude of dangers hoarding presents to individuals and families living amongst extreme amounts of clutter and filth, perhaps the most harmful impacts are the physical dangers.  Address Our Mess' Levels of Hoarding chart is filled with over a dozen physical threats that are typical in a hoarded home.  Users can use the guide as a way to "check" these physical hazards in their home, assessing just how desperate their need for a professional hoarding or clutter cleaning service truly is.

Reaching out for help is the first step on the road to recovery.  Finding someone to trust with the sensitive topic of hoarding is the key to success.  Hoarders and helpers can find a variety of methods to build that all-important bond of trust in supplementary guides like the Official Do's and Don'ts Guide for Hoarders.  By utilizing these resources supplied by one of the leading authorities in the hoarding cleaning industry, hoarders will be able to transform their homes and begin living a happier, healthier life.

To learn more about helping hoarder overcome their struggles or about the hoarding cleanup process, click here to schedule a free consultation.

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