The Age UK K&C Care at Home service provides support for people living in their own homes, whose homes are getting a bit cluttered with too many belongings. They can visit to assess, help make recommendations on how to make your home safer for you, arrange for small repairs and advise on healthy living and well-being. The service is based in Kensington and Chelsea.
The NHS websiteprovides additional information on compulsive hoarding.
Hoarding UK is an organisation committed to increasing choice and control for people who compulsively hoard while ensuring the professionals are empowered to provide appropriate and effective interventions.
The Counselling Directory allows you to search for specialist counsellors and therapists who can support you with a hoarding problem, and offers specific advice on hoarding.
Hoarding Disorders UK aims to provide practical hands-on support as well as expert advice to those experiencing varying levels of hoarding, ranging from the chronically disorganised to the extreme hoarder.
Children of Hoarders aims to improve the lives of children from homes with hoarding issues.
The Help For Hoarders website has been set up by the daughter of someone who has had problems with hoarding, and aims to provide information and advice to anyone affected by hoarding issues.
Cluttergone is a professional declutter and organise service which helps people with the clutter that is getting in the way of their life.
FlyLady is a cheerful and user-friendly site offering advice and encouragement on sorting out your clutter.
Cloud's End provide a range of support for people with hoarding issues and those who work with them. Take a look at their leaflet to find out more.
The Association of Professional Declutterers & Organisers (APDO) has information on accredited specialist workers near you who can help you 'declutter' your home.
The British Heart Foundation will collect furniture and electrical items for free if they are in a good condition; these items will then be sold to raise funds for the charity.