Hoarding Disorder Foundation of Alberta
Compassion | Collaboration | Community
The Hoarding Disorder Foundation of Alberta (HDFA) is a newly formed charitable organization whose purpose is to provide compassionate, informed, collaborative supports and services for people who struggle with hoarding behaviours and their loved ones.
We're small but we have big dreams!
The Hoarding Disorder Foundation of Alberta was founded in 2019 by a group of individuals who saw a need for support services for those who struggle with or are affected by hoarding behaviours. We have ambitious goals but, as a fledgling organization, we recognize the need to grow slowly and to secure funding for programming. In April, 2020 we received charitable status which allows us to apply for funding as well as provide charitable tax receipts for personal and corporate donations.
"Sorting Through Hoarding Drop-in Support Group" is currently on summer break. We will meet weekly, alternating between in-person and virtual meetings, starting September 6, 2022.
We would like to acknowledge and thank the Stollery charitable foundation for their generous support of HDFA.
Our Hope for the Future
It is our hope that through a variety of fundraising methods, the following programming will be made available to the community for low or no cost.
Stable funding for drop-in support group for individuals with hoarding behaviours
Stable Funding for Pre-registered psycho-educational support group for individuals with harding behaviours
Funding for Pre-registered psycho-educational support group for family and friends of individuals with hoarding behaviours
Funding for ongoing one-on-one in house de-cluttering support
Funding for one-on-one counselling for individuals with hoarding behaviours
Funding for supported crisis decluttering interventions