We all have stuff, but sometimes it gets in the way and makes it harder to live our lives. It doesn’t have to be this way!
If you or someone you know is struggling because of too much stuff, we may be able to help.
The Cape Cod Hoarding Task Force is a group of concerned volunteers who have been working together since 2010 to bring information, education and resources to those individuals who are struggling with compulsive cluttering. We will work to help educate you about the issue and assist you in finding resources on your road to living a life less cluttered.
My Mother’s Garden- Free screening
Oct. 29, 1:30-2:30 p.m. at the Barnstable Senior Center
825 Falmouth Road-Hyannis
FREE-Please RSVP to 508-862-4750
My Mother’s Garden is an award winning short film directed and narrated by Cynthia Lester. It is a true story of her mothers hoarding disorder. A woman who has accumulated so much that she lives in her garden. After the film, members of the Cape Cod Hoarding Task Force will be on hand for Q&A and provide updates regard their work. Refreshments will be served.
Ask us about a free peer support group for compulsive acquiring, saving and hoarding:
**New groups starting fall 2015 in Falmouth, Harwich and the Provincetown area.**
**Free sorting and discarding training**
This training will be tailored towards individuals who deal directly, on site, with individuals struggling with compulsive clutter and hoarding. For more information see the
For more information about other support groups or if you are an individual who is concerned about someone, OR if you yourself feel that you may need some help, please contact us at info@hoarding capecod.org
Please note: the Cape Cod Hoarding Task Force is not a direct service provider. For consultation on local cases, please Contact us.