Clutter Cleaning & Hoarding Clean Up
The State of Connecticut has an estimate of almost 3.5 million people. Connecticut is ranked 4th in the USA for population density. Hoarding is a form of OCD and is expected to affect 15% of the population. Hoarding Clean Up and Clutter Cleaning is Address Our Mess’s main service with Josh Rafter as the head of our compassionate team of experts.
Hoarding cleanup, clutter disorganization, and other types of house cleaning is our specialization. The company has put together content to help you learn about hoarding, how to help hoarders, the Do's and Don'ts of hoarding, as well as information on animal hoarding. Address Our Mess uses unmarked trucks that only have our logo and not what we do; It's a personal cleanup that others don't need to know about. Our employees go through the best of training for organizational and hoarding cleanup.
Please call us at the number above for more information about our services. We are always here to help and can handle any cleanup job. Our services not only include hoarding cleanup but also pet urine removal, junk removal, animal hoarding, and other types of cleaning and organizational services.
Connecticut Hoarding Therapist
Rebecca L. Toner, MA, LPC
Plainville, CT – Often the decision to reach out for help can be difficult, and identifying or discussing the issue can seem disturbing and off-putting to many. As part of my practice, I implement Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing, or EMDR, which is a way of utilizing eye movements to assist in accessing the difficult material and reprocessing it so that it is less disturbing and invasive. This, combined with more traditional talk therapies, is a proven effective treatment for Hoarding Disorder and many of the other comorbid mental illnesses. If you would like to know more, visit my website at www.rebecca-toner.squarespace.com or feel free to contact me directly!
Phone: (860) 351-3011
Connecticut Case Manager for Clutter / Hoarding Clean Up