How to Help


  • Loading & Hauling – Assisting the HTF Team by loading and transporting removed debris, recyclables, donations, etc. to appropriate places away from the hoarders’ property.
  • Resource Development & Maintenance – Establish and maintain contacts with individuals and organizations that can provide resources useful in the HTF Program.
  • Attend classes – Attend lectures given by trained hoarding specialists in order to gain knowledge and competence in assisting hoarding clients.
  • Donate – Your contributions help keep this project running. We accept cash and in-kind donations. Your support can make a difference, so please consider contributing today.


The Clutter Assistance Program (CAP) matches clients with trained volunteers. Volunteers help in creating or maintaining a stable housing environment by providing ongoing and meaningful interventions for persons who experience hoarding behaviors. Volunteer requirements include a two hour mandatory training, attending mandatory bi-monthly debriefing sessions and a 6 month participation commitment. Volunteer duties include scheduled one on one home visits (weekly, bi-weekly or monthly) and submitting a brief evaluation after each visit to Hoarding Task Force supervisor.

If you have any questions or would like to sign up to volunteer, please email us at