For Those Wanting to Change
"The overall prevalence of hoarding disorder is approximately 2.6%, with higher rates for people over 60 years old and people with other psychiatric diagnoses, especially anxiety and depression." - American Psychiatric Association.
Questions only you can answer.
Do you have trouble parting with possessions (such as discarding, recycling, selling or giving away)?
Because of the clutter or number of possessions, how difficult is it to use the rooms and surfaces in your home?
To what extent does your hoarding, saving, acquisition and clutter affect your daily functioning?
How much do these symptoms interfere with school, work or your social or family life?
How much distress do these symptoms cause you?
The Services We Offer
We always prefer to work on creating a routine This helps people living with Hoarding Disorder; or behaviors, manage their situation over time.
It is the most cost-effective and has the greatest positive impact on improving an individual's quality of life.
A soft and supportive approach.
An HHPA is waiting to help you build a brighter future.
We want to be your companion. You don't have to do this alone. We can be by your side and go through it together.
Harm Reduction Strategy
This is the minimum requirement needed for safety of a home and individual within it.
Harm Reduction Strategies are commonly utilized by family members, landlords, bylaw, social workers, healthcare workers, emergency services, landlords, and service technicians to allow safe access to the home.
Our experienced team knows how to be efficient and effective to make the best use of your funding and finances.
We do so by focusing on areas of the home most commonly used, routes of travel, and emergency exits.
This is the most costly method and least compassionate option for those suffering.
Clients may be facing eviction or homelessness if they are unable to fully comply with required behaviors.
Time is critical; requiring a larger team and more coordination with our partners.
Anxiety and stress may also be contributing factors, requiring greater supports for those seeking help.
We try and make this process as supportive as possible so that additional anxiety can be avoided.
Estate management can be exhausting for anyone; especially when a large cleanup is involved.
Grieving family members might be caught off guard by being left with the burden of a large cleanup.
At HHPA, we are experienced and compassionate. We understand this exact situation better than nearly anyone else.
Let us help you respectfully navigate
belongings so you can focus on the other things.
"This Full House"
The Hoarding Foundation of Alberta
Hoarding/Cluttering Support Group Facebook
Yes, we also help clean and organize storage units!
We work alongside some of the best in the industry to put you in touch with resources such as Senior/Community Associations, Antique Collectors, Auction Houses, Charitable Donation Centers, and Community Charities.
By creating a strong network, we are able to recycle wherever possible, donate whenever possible, and support good causes for those in need. It also allows us to find creative ways to help you finance your project so you can get more out of your funding.
Let us help you do the right thing by giving the items a purpose again.
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If you require immediate assistance or would like information please contact us.