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Emotional Support Animal
Desk f you suffer from a mental health or psychiatric condition such as anxiety, depression, PTSD, attention deficit disorder, and chronic stress, among others, you may qualify for an emotional support animal (ESA). We can write a letter that will allow you to prove that you receive emotional support from your pet.
Requirements & Benefits

Our licensed therapists can write you an ESA letters after you complete the initial comprehensive evaluation. The letter basically states that your pet plays an essential role in your dealing with your condition or disability. Legally, you are required to present a letter from a licensed healthcare professional. Many landlords will make reasonable accommodations for individuals who have an emotional support animal, even if the landlord has a no-pet policy. It is important to know that your ESA does not need to be specially trained. There are no limitations regarding the type of animal or breeds that can qualify as an ESA. Also, you will not be required to pay a pet deposit or pet rent for an ESA.
How Does It Work?
  1. Call us to schedule a comprehensive clinical assessment with one of our therapists.
  2. Attend a complete the assessment in person or online.
  3. Receive a recommendation for your evaluation.
  4. Receive a hard copy of digital version of your diagnosis letter the following day.
  5. Register your Emotional Support Animal.
Physical & Emotional Disability
According to Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), a physical disability is “[a]ny physiological disorder or condition, cosmetic disfigurement, or anatomical loss affecting one or more of the following body systems: neurological, musculoskeletal, special sense organs, respiratory (including speech organs), cardiovascular, reproductive, digestive, genitourinary, hemic and lymphatic, skin, and endocrine.” Emotional support animals are commonly recommended for conditions like anxiety, bipolar disorder, depression, eating disorders, mood disorders, neurocognitive disorders, post-traumatic stress disorder, psychotic conditions, and substance abuse problems.

According to the Federal Fair Housing Amendments Act (FHAA), it is illegal to discriminate against someone with a recognized impairment. Housing rights must be given to those with emotional support animals, although this law does not override anu existing health cod, such as public health laws that prohibit dogs in swimming pools. Even if a property has a “no pets” policy, they must make reasonable accommodation to emotional support animals. This applies to public housing, college dorms, and any other accommodation.
We can write an Emotional Support Animal letter to recommend a pet as part of your ongoing treatment.
“Pets are humanizing. They remind us we have an obligation and responsibility to preserve and nurture and care for all life.”
James Cromwell