Although "put your own house in order
" does mean "get your house organized", it has a slightly different connotation. If you say to someone "put your own house in order", you think they should solve their own problems before telling someone else how to solve theirs. Or they themselves should act correctly before advising others how to act.
While you could use it in the way you want, and it would be perfectly correct grammatically, it would not really be idiomatic.
Just my opinion. Please get a second