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The Center for Understanding Collecting Behaviors (formerly ICHC, the Institute for Compulsive Hoarding and Cluttering) is a local, national, and international thought leader which maintains the centrality of peer perspective in seeking to understand Collecting Behaviors.We offer a comprehensive range of supports that foster community for those personally and professionally dealing with collecting challenges. Information & Referral Peer Response Team Weekly Drop-in Peer-led Support Group …

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The Drop In Hoarding and Cluttering Support Group is a program of the Mental Health Association of San Francisco It is peer-facilitated, open to anyone with hoarding or cluttering issues who would like to attend regardless of residency, and is free. The schedule posted is current through September 2016.

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A CLA face-to-face recovery meeting or group is formed when two or more clutterers gather at a physical location to share their experience, strength, and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem with clutter and help each other to recover. The meetings are guided by the 12 Steps of CLA,

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PRT provides individual 1:1 support, trainings, anti-stigma presentations and helps facilitate an annual conference (ICHC) for hoarding and cluttering issues.

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San Francisco County-San Francisco
A phone activity session is a moderator-led gathering of two or more clutterers who come together on a CLA conference call line on a designated day and time. Clutterers actively declutter, set goals, make commitments, announce victories, give and receive support, bookend, and meet CLA buddies. Activity sessions are guided by the 12 Traditions of CLA but are not, and do not take the place of, CLA recovery meetings.International and long-distance charges may apply.

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