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King/Pierce County Hoarding Task Force
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Hoarding Task Force for King/Pierce County in Washington State
Hoarding Task Force for King/Pierce County in Washington State

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IMPORTANT NOTICE: The King/Pierce County Hoarding Task Force is using a different platform for sending information about meetings, events and for sharing information. The Google+ page is not regularly monitored. Please see below for ways to contact us or get information. Thank you!

If you are interested in being on the Task Force Email list please contact Denise Burningham at denise@thehoardingproject.org

For more information about the King/Pierce County Hoarding Task Force please visit our website: http://thehoardingproject.org/home/king-pierce-county-hoarding-task-force

You can also like our Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/WashingtonHoardingTaskForce/?ref=bookmarks
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Join us for our November Hoarding Task Force Meeting at the Renton Library!

Our speaker this month will be The Hoarding Project's Denise Burningham, presenting on the topic of "Compassion Fatigue and Taking Care of Ourselves".

We hope to see you there for the last task force meeting of 2016!
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Join us for our September Hoarding Task Force Meeting at the Renton Library! Our monthly educational speaker will be from the Brain Injury Alliance of Washington, discussing how brain injury can influence hoarding behavior in clients.
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Join us for our August hoarding task force meeting at the Renton Library! Joy Walker, author of "Three Years and Thirteen Dumpsters: Cleaning House After Dementia" will be speaking with our group for educational session. We hope to see you there!
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Join us for our July Hoarding Task Force Meeting at the Renton Library!

Dr. Jennifer Sampson will be speaking about Safety Days- a mental health approach to coordinating hoarding clean outs, using a disaster psychology-informed approach.
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Join us for the June Hoarding Task Force Meeting at the Woodmont Library! Our educational speaker will be Terina Bainter from Clutter Cutters, speaking on Professional Organization Services and how to collaborate with them in your work with hoarding clients
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Join us for our May Hoarding Task Force Meeting at the Museum of Flight in Seattle!

Our May meeting has been RESCHEDULED to TUESDAY, May 17th to be held in conjunction with a hoarding training hosted by ServiceMaster of Seattle: Extreme Clean Up: Handling a Hoarding Dilemma: a hoarding education event with Matt Paxton

Spots are reserved for task force members, but you MUST REGISTER for the event to save your seat!  To register, call or email: Laura Mack, ServiceMaster of Seattle, 425-231-7238 or 800-767-2332, lmack@soseattle.com
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Join us for our April Task Force Meeting at the Renton Library (NEW LOCATION)!

This month's educational session will be presented by The Hoarding Project staff members, Leslie Shapiro and Denise Burningham. They will be presenting "TOUGH TALK:
HOW TO HAVE THE DIFFICULT CONVERSATION ABOUT HOARDING" at this month's meeting. Join us for this important conversation!
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Adult Protective Services will be speaking to our group this month about the referral process and information related to hoarding clients!
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Join us for our February Hoarding Task Force Meeting. Our educational session will be from the staff at Full Life Care. They will be discussing their programs as resources for the community and task force members along with the progress toward establishing hoarding treatment practices within their organization.

Full Life is dedicated to enhancing the quality of life for frail elders and people with chronic or terminal illnesses and disabilities. They respect the dignity of our participants and provide for them with care and compassion. They are committed, through our program of health and social services, to the independence and well-being of all participants and to providing respite for caregivers.
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