Founded to create a cohesive, coordinated, and proactive response to self-neglect in Kane County, by providing agencies, organizations and individuals with the tools required to better protect vulnerable adults.
Help for people with Clutter
Are you a person who suffers from a hoarding disorder or a private citizen seeking information about how to help a friend, relative or acquaintance with a hoarding disorder? Our team can provide a compassionate assessment and offer solutions without judgment.
No KCHTF presentations currently scheduled.
Task force meetings are held periodically throughout the year and are open to all interested parties.
9:00am, Thursday, February 27, 2020
South Elgin Public Works Building
1000 Bowes Road, South Elgin, IL
(between McLean Blvd and Rte 31)
Please contact Cherie Aschenbrenner if you would like to attend a meeting: email: aschenbrenner_C@cityofelgin.org
Hoarding is a complex disorder that is made up of three connected problems: 1) collecting too many items, 2) difficulty getting rid of items, and 3) problems with organization. These problems can lead to significant amounts of clutter which can severely limit the use of living spaces, pose safety and/or health risks, and result in significant distress and/or impairment in day-to-day living.
What is Hoarding?