020 3239 1600 info@hoardinguk.org

Since 2008, HoardingUK has provided a support service to people, or people close to, and professionals impacted by hoarding behaviour.  Our values, in relation to this, has been that we provide a holistic support.  

We have directly supported thousands of people in many ways. This has not been done in an effort to build a business, instead to increase skills and capacity on the ground for all those impacted.

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Support Helpline

Our Support Line phone number is 020 3239 1600. You can text to book a call or if you need to get in touch and don’t have a contract, we’ll call you right back. 



We provides remote advocacy throughout the United Kingdom. We have worked with people affected, their relationships, neighbours and services to work towards positive outcomes.


Useful tips from those who have a hoarding disorder or another member of their family. 

Eviction Threat

If you are being threatened with eviction, and meet the financial criteria, you are eligible for support from a solicitor through Legal Aid.  If you need to find a Legal Aid solicitor, click here. 


We are committed to increasing skills within statutory services. Please contact us about our placement scheme. For decluttering support we suggest looking at Association of Professional Declutterers and Organisers (APDO).

Online Support

We offer Skype group sessions.  If you are interested in joining, please contact us at Skype Group Sessions.  No more than five people in a group. Times to be set at a mutually convenient time.

Useful Links

We’ve listed several useful links we think might help you.


In order to help researchers establish facts and reach new conclusions, we have listed a few research studies that are being conducted at universities.


Making a Difference


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Student Placement

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137-149 Goswell Road
London EC1V 7ET



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Garfield Weston Foundation