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People dealing with hoarding disorder may have mental health symptoms that contribute to their behavior. Community mental health centers can treat these mental health symptoms. If you are working with a hoarder it is important to remember through purging, they experience grief and loss. Those issues can also be treated through mental health centers. Arapahoe/Douglas Mental Health Network
Phone: 303-730-8858
Website: www.admhn.org
Serves Arapahoe & Douglas counties
Locations listed on website

AspenPointe
Phone: 719-572-6100
Website: www.AspenPointe.org
Serves El Paso, Park and Teller counties
Locations listed on website

Aurora Mental Health Center
Phone: 303-617-2373
Website: www.aumhc.org
Serves City of Aurora and parts of Arapahoe County
Locations listed on website

North Range Behavioral Health
Phone: 970-347-2120
Website: www.northrange.org
Serves Weld County
Locations listed on website

Touchstone Health Partners
Phone: 970-494-4200
Website: www.touchstonehealthpartners.org
Serves Larimer County
Locations listed on website

Solvista Health (formerly West Central Mental Health)
Phone: 719-275-2351
Website: www.solvistahealth.org
Serves Chaffee, Custer, Fremont and Lake counties
Locations listed on website

American Psychiatric Association. Provides hording disorder definitions, consequences, diagnosing causes, risk factors and treatment. Resources and Hoarding Assessment Scales. www.psychiatry.org
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