People struggling with hoarding are usually incapable of dealing with these situations on their own, and that’s where Bio-One of Chula Vista specialists come in to help the victims and the victims' families. Hoarding is rooted in a deeper problem than just compulsive buying. Many people struggling with hoarding also deal with mental health conditions that need to be addressed with help from hoarder cleanup specialists to ensure people gain control over their lives.
Hoarding situations can be emotionally taxing for the victims and families involved. Regardless of the reasons that led to that reality, what matters is making sure that these situations are remediated promptly, as hoarded properties pose multiple health risk factors that professionals must approach.
People struggling with hoarding tend to add emotional value to their belongings. People keep anything from books and photographs to clothing and things that don’t seem to have a functional value.
Losing a loved one, losing a job, ending a relationship… These are all difficult situations that, if not channeled well, can lead to hoarding and other mental health conditions. It’s ok to feel bad, and it’s ok to ask for help if you need it. Bio-One of Chula Vista can help you get the necessary help to overcome these challenging situations.
Hoarding Disorder affects mostly people over 60 years old who have also been diagnosed with other mental health conditions like anxiety and depression. It’s important to point out that early symptoms may develop in teenagers who experience trauma and stress, which tend to increase as they age.
People struggling with hoarding also tend to live by themselves. Hoarding is perceived by many as an embarrassing condition, which makes it more difficult for people to seek help and for the victims of the families to learn about the problem.
People struggling with hoarding disorder often struggle with depression, anxiety, schizophrenia, and obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD). The diagnosis from professionals plays a fundamental part in understanding hoarding and how to provide support for the victims.
Bio-One of Chula Vista works closely with victim advocate groups, hoarding task forces, and non-profit organizations that can assist families and victims in the face of a hoarding situation. Our job is to ensure you return to a safe environment with a fresh perspective and outlook on life. Our ultimate goal is to help you get your life back.
If you think someone you love might be struggling with hoarding, Bio-One of Chula Vista’s hoarder cleanup specialists can help you. Our certified team is willing to help you in your greatest moment of need.
Bio-One is ready to address issues caused by unanticipated circumstances, such as death and serious trauma, at any time. We deploy our certified and experienced technicians as soon as possible so you can focus on more important things while the recovery process begins.
Locally owned, Bio-One of Chula Vista works closely with emergency responders, hoarding task forces, public service agencies, and other organizations to provide the most efficient service possible:
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