Minnesota Hoarding Task Force

We are an all volunteer group of individuals and professionals who work in various fields or have a personal interest in hoarding. 


Our mission is to support any person, family, friend or agency in Minnesota affected by hoarding through education, networking and connection to resources while promoting public health and safety.

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What does the Task Force Do?

The Minnesota Hoarding Task Force educates the public and families about what hoarding is and is not. We respond to requests for help with hoarding situations and participate in community events with information for those affect by or who want to learn more about hoarding. 
We do not offer services, instead we use our expertise and connections to share information and options to be considered. If you have a question about a hoarding situation, contact us by phone, email, or on our Facebook Page. We always keep details of such situations confidential. 
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We welcome opportunities throughout Minnesota to share information about hoarding behaviors and hoarding disorder. As a mental illness, hoarding has been misunderstood and stigmatized for far too long.

We welcome others to join us at our Monthly Education and Business Meetings, where we network, learn from each other, and move forward on our mission to support all in Minnesota who are affected by hoarding.
Meetings are held at rotating locations in the Metro area, and are option to the public.
To attend in person or virtually, you can request an invitation by emailing us at mnhtf.org@gmail.com 

Every year, the task force asks the governor of MN to declare September “Hoarding Awareness Month.”

We are building an extensive Resource Directory in order to share lists of existing community services. We are working to include more categories and more situations for which help already exists. 





Vision: We envision communities that implement best practices to support those affected by hoarding where individuals are supported with sustainable options while being treated with dignity and respect.