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Michigan Hoarding Resources Directory

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    Hoarding is a mental health crisis. Having access to proper resources to help with hoarding disorder is a critical first step in support and recovery. To help you through this time, Hoarder Cleanout Michigan has compiled this hoarding resources directory of local, state, and national organizations ready and available to assist hoarders and their family and friends.

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    Michigan Local and State Hoarding Resources

    The Grand Rapids Area Hoarding Task Force (GRAHT) is a partnership of public and private organizations that work to raise public awareness and ensure safe housing for individuals struggling with hoarding.


    The Livingston County Hoarding Task Force is made up of representatives from in-home care, home based programming, emergency services staff, mental health staff and businesses that work on hoarding organization and clean up.


    The Kalamazoo Hoarding Task Force is composed of 15 different representatives, agencies and programs and is designed to assist people gain an understanding about hoarding disorder and coordinate community professionals to address the emotional, social and physical well-being aspects of hoarding disorder.


    The Saginaw County Hoarding Task Force is a partnership of local public and private agencies whose purpose is to collaboratively seek to raise public awareness of hoarding and to preserve safe and appropriate housing by development and utilization of tools, best practices and early intervention strategies.


    Safe Homes Task Force is an organization of several Sterling Heights city departments and resource partners that work together to make sure all homes in the Sterling Heights Community are safe and risk free for residents.


    The Hoarding Task Force of Washtenaw County is a partnership of public and private agencies, which seek to raise awareness of hoarding and to preserve safe and appropriate housing.



    The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services is a principal department of state of Michigan, headquartered in Lansing, that provides public assistance, child and family welfare services, and oversees health policy and management.


    The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services is a principal department of state of Michigan, headquartered in Lansing, that provides public assistance, child and family welfare services, and oversees health policy and management.


    An interactive map of counties in the state of Michigan that lists phone numbers and access information to local mental health service providers.

    Hoarding Therapy Services

    • Anxiety and OCD Treatment Center of Ann Arbor
      Treatment and resources for anxiety and obsessive-compulsive disorder. The organization’s in-house providers offer telemedicine and teletherapy sessions as well as educational research, resources and classes for individuals suffering from anxiety and OCD as well as loved ones and friends of sufferers.


    • International OCD Foundation- Help for Hoarders
      The International OCD Foundation offers training, educational opportunities and networking for professionals who work with those impacted by hoarding disorder. The organization also provides webinars and informational seminars on hoarding disorder and provides access to therapists, clinics, treatment programs and support groups for the local area.


    • Great Lakes Psychology Group
      Provides counseling for individuals of all ages, couples, and families in office or online. Along with therapy services, the group also offers comprehensive psychological testing and diagnostic evaluation of couples, families, and individuals of all ages.


    • Perspectives Counseling
      Team of Michigan therapists, psychiatrists and counselors that specialize in individual fields of psychology including hoarding disorder.



    • Pine Rest Christian Mental Health Services
      Pine Rest Christian Mental Health Services has several locations throughout western Michigan and provides behavioral health and addiction therapy services including psychiatric urgent care, teletherapy services, in patient programs, day programs as well as education and resources.



    • NOCD
      The organization offers live video sessions with licensed Exposure and Response Prevention therapy professionals specializing in the treatment of obsessive compulsive disorder - a common characteristic of hoarding disorder.  The organization also provides self-help tools and peer community support.


    • Betterhelp
      Online sessions with licensed therapists specifically trained to help with a variety of conditions.

    Michigan Hoarding Support Groups


    • New Beginnings Church
      Provides a 12-step recovery program that addresses all types of habits, hurts, and hang-ups.
      1830 Whitelake Drive, Whitehall, Michigan 49461
    • Port City Church
      1617 Palmer Avenue
      Muskegon, Michigan 49441



    • The Schulman Center for Compulsive Theft, Spending and Hoarding
      Expert psychotherapy, therapist training, presentations, and corporate consulting. Available in-person, by telephone, and via videoconferencing



    • Children of Hoarders
      Children of Hoarders is a grassroots, nonprofit organization run by adult chidren of hoarders. The group seeks to raise awareness and understanding of the challenges faced by children of hoarders while also providing support for each other.

    Nationwide Mental Health Services

    National Alliance on Mental Illness HelpLine

    1-800-950-6264 or text NAMI to 741-741

    The NAMI HelpLine is a free, nationwide peer-support service providing information, resource referrals and support to people living with a mental health condition, their family members and caregivers, mental health providers and the public. HelpLine staff and volunteers are experienced, well-trained and able to provide guidance.


    Crisis Support Services national helpline


    For more than 50 years, Crisis Support Services of Nevada – formerly known as the Crisis Call Center – has provided advocacy services via it’s hotline, text line and in-person advocacy services.


    SAMHSA’s National Helpline


    SAMHSA’s National Helpline is a free, confidential, 24/7, 365-day-a-year treatment referral and information service for individuals and families facing mental and/or substance use disorders.

    Contact Us Today to Learn More About Our Hoarder Cleanout Services

    Hoarder Cleanout Michigan serves the Michigan Mitten with safe, professional, and thorough hoarder cleanouts. We provide free, on-site estimates and no-surprises pricing, and strive to schedule and complete your job promptly.

    When possible, we endeavor to work collaboratively with hoarders and their families.

    While all hazardous materials will be disposed of properly, non-compromised items can be reclaimed, recycled, and occasionally sold or donated. We take the extra time to make sure we do the work the way you want it done.

    We remove all debris, trash, furniture, electronics, etc. For larger jobs, you will need to provide the recommended number of dumpsters. For smaller jobs, we utilize our own equipment to haul waste and debris to the landfill and recyclable or salable items to their appropriate destinations. We leave the entire area broom-swept.

    Call (231) 331-3253 or contact us for a free on-site estimate.