Mission Statement

Our mission is to provide education, collaboration and support to those who are affected by clutter and hoarding. We accomplish this by providing access to available resources, and by supporting an informed response by individuals and organizations who are charged with addressing this emerging concern impacting our community.


The Cape Cod Hoarding Task Force invites you to:

Finders and Keepers: A Panel discussion and community event

Compulsive clutter and hoarding affects an estimated 3-6% of the population, which translates to approximately 8,600 individuals in Barnstable County. You are not alone!! Whether you are concerned for yourself, a family member or neighbor; or if you provide services to an individual and would like to know more about how you can help, please join us for this community event.

WHERE: Cape Cod Museum of Art

WHEN: February 23, 2019 at 1:00P.M.

WHO: Panel discussion will feature Denise E­gan-Stack LMHC, Lori Miranda of Dennis Police Department, Carol Bishop, LiCSW, and Carol MacDonald from the Buried in Treasures self-help support group.  

WHY: To bring together members of the com­munity who are affected by hoarding and the professionals who help them toward recovery.

For more information on attendance and sponsorship,

go to www.hoardingcapecod.org, or call 508-375-6620


 

Barnstable Today: What is compulsive cluttering and hoarding, and what you can do to help.


Upcoming Events and Meetings


The next regular meeting of the CCHTF will be held

February 7, 2019
Dennis Police Station
90 Bob Crowell Road
South Dennis, MA 02660
9:30 – 11:00 am

This meeting is open to all professionals interested in networking, learning and sharing information to assist individuals affected by hoarding. Members of Buried in Treasures groups and interested community members are also welcome. 

Next Executive Committee Meeting Monday March 4, 2019

Contact Us
Email : info@hoardingcapecod.org
Phone: Erika Woods, 508-375-6620

Please note, the above means of contact are checked regularly by the multi-disciplinary members of the CCHTF Executive Committee and all inquiries will receive a reply, however it is not monitored 24 hours a day and does not organize an emergency response.  If you are experiencing an emergency, please contact your local first responders by calling 911.


 

 

 

Reasonable accommodations for people with disabilities are available upon request. Please provide a description of the accommodation you will need, including as much detail as you can. In addition, please include a way we may contact you if we need more information. Please allow at last two weeks (14 days) advance notice. Last minute requests will be accepted but may be impossible to fill. Send an email to Justyna Marczak, Barnstable County ADA Coordinator at jmarczak@barnstablecounty.org or call 508-375-6646.