Resources provided are for informational purposes only; this is not a complete list of professionals and organizations available in this field.  The Cape Cod Hoarding Task Force does not endorse any particular service, organization or individual included in this directory.

We created a Cape Cod Hoarding Resource Directory with more information on all of the resources related to hoarding in the Cape Cod area.

The following is a list of organizations that collect donated items. These organizations can help you rest assured that your belongings are going to the right people!

By Way Boutique Falmouth: 508-540-4884

CapeAbilities West Yarmouth: 508-548-1578

Cape Cancer Thrift Shop West Barnstable: 508-375-0483

Cape Cod Recycles Hyannis: 1-855-rec-junk

D’s Home Again East Falmouth: 508-540-2156

Hand in hand Thrift Shop East Falmouth: 508-457-0770

Friends of Eastham Thrift Shop: 508-255-0264

Rainbow’s End Consignment Shop, United Methodist Church of Osterville: 508-428-5304

St. Vincent DePaul Thrift Shop Cotuit: 508-420-0949

Epilepsy Foundation New England  Plymouth: 888-322-8209

Habitat for Humanity of Cape Cod

Laptops for Kidz Orleans

Salvation Army

The following is a list of organizations that can assist with emotional issues connected to Hoarding Disorder:

Cape Cod Hospital: Hyannis

Cape Cod Human Services: Hyannis

Cape Cod and Islands Cognitive Behavior Institute: Falmouth

Cape Behavioral Health Center: Hyannis

Duffy Health Center: Hyannis

Family Continuity: Hyannis & Nantucket

Gosnold Outpatient Counseling Center: Centerville

Harbor Community Health Center: Hyannis

Relief Home Services: Hyannis

The Samaritans of Cape Cod & the Islands

South Bay Community Services: Mashpee

Spaulding Rehabilitation Network Cape Cod: Sandwich

Vinfen Cape Cod & Islands PACT: Hyannis

VNA of Cape Cod: South Dennis & Hyannis

DMH Crisis Team:  1-800-322-1356

Pare & Associates:  508-775-0719

Organizations with services specific to hoarding:

Cape Cod and Islands Cognitive Behavior Institute, Duffy Health Center, Gosnold Outpatient Counseling Center, and South Bay Community Services


The following is a list of local providers who can provide mental health services such as evaluations, diagnoses, psychotherapy, patient/group support, and more!

Christina Gugino, LMHC
704 Main Street
Falmouth, MA 02540
Barbara Lashley, LMHC-NCC
Bayview Associates
64 Industrial Park Road
Plymouth, MA 02364
Kristin Mulcahy PhD
704 Main Street
Falmouth, MA 02540
Susan Murati, Psy.D, MPH
115E Sisson Road
Harwichport, MA 02646
Denise Egan Stack LMHC
PO Box 1272
Barnstable, MA 02630
Thomas P. Tokarz PhD, ABPP
Clinical Director
290 Main Street
Cotuit, MA 02635


Looking for a provider in your area? Click here to access the International OCD Foundation’s Resource Directory.

The following is a list of resources that can assist in cleaning and organizing clutter accumulated through hoarding:

Beth Savage: 508-470-0638,  Too Much Stuff Organizing and Decluttering

Carol Bishop, LICSW: 508-776-3644

Deb Scavotto: 508-320-1518, Smooth Moving for Seniors 

Donna LaRoche: 617-640-2366, Energize and Organize 

Julie Brooks: 508-246-7866, Peaceful Place Organizers 

Katherine Keller: 508-759-2017,

Lynn Field: 508-364-1584

Lynne Johnson: 857-939-8748,

MaryAnn Murphy, MSW: 508-292-6706, 

Nicole Gabai: 508-532-2715, B. Organized

Tammy Martell: 508-947-8019, Martell Organizing and Redesign

Terry Gavin: 508-432-0881,

LifeCycle Transitions: 877-273-7810

National Association of Professionals Organizers

Institute for Challenging Disorganization

Organizers with services specific to hoarding:

Lynne Johnson, Beth Savage, Julie Brooks, and LifeCycle Transitions

Mold and Moisture Information
When moisture problems occur and mold growth results, building occupants may begin to report odors and a variety of health problems, such as headaches, breathing difficulties, skin irritation, allergic reactions, and aggravation of asthma symptoms; all of these symptoms could potentially be associated with mold exposure.

All molds have the potential to cause health effects. Molds produce allergens, irritants, and in some cases, toxins that may cause reactions in humans. The types and severity of symptoms depend, in part, on the types of mold present, the extent of an individual’s exposure, the ages of the individuals, and their existing sensitivities or allergies

Cleaning and Restoration Companies


Address our Mess

Aftermath: North Attleborough, MA

RESCON: South Yarmouth, MA

Disaster Specialists: Sandwich, MA

Emergency Contractors: Osterville, MA

Enviroclean Restore: Westport, MA

Oceanside Restoration: Hyannis, MA

Rytech: Bourne, MA

Service Master South Shore: Sandwich, MA

SERVPRO, Upper Cape Cod & the Islands: Sagamore, MA

South Shore Cleaning and Demolition: Dennis, MA

Whalen Restoration: South Dennis, MA

1-800-GOT-JUNK: Plymouth, MA

Duncan Does It:  508-728-4837

Organizations with services specific to hoarding:

Address our Mess, Aftermath, Enviroclean Restore, and South Shore Cleaning and Demolition.