Find cleaning services for people with hoarding issues through national hoarding cleaning databases such as HoardingCleanup.com, local business directories such as Yellowpages.com or by contacting a national junk removal company such as 1800GotJunk.com, as of 2015. The website for the TLC program "Hoarders: Buried Alive" also includes links to various resources for help with hoarding illnesses, including cleaning services and agencies.
HoardingCleanup.com allows users to locate cleaning services that specialize or are willing to work with extreme environments, such as the home of a hoarder, by choosing the state in which the person lives. This displays a list of resources within various counties as well as cleaning companies. The site also includes featured companies that operate nationally or in multiple states.
Yellowpages.com features ratings and addresses of cleaning services according to location, such as a specific city and state or ZIP code. The site displays results on a map and includes contact information, though it does not guarantee the presence of any hoarding specialists per location.
1800GotJunk.com works with clients to remove large amounts of debris and trash from within and around homes, with the option to pay for workers to come into the home and help remove items. The company also rents dumpsters and helps ensure sustainable disposal of the debris.
The "Hoarders: Buried Alive" page on TLC.com includes a section of resources for people suffering from the condition, including support groups, treatment facilities and different cleaning services.