Emotional Support Animal Letter

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We connect you to health services that will review your exam and write your Emotional Support Animal Letter for your dog, cat, etc.

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Emotional Support Animal Letter

Animal companions are proven to be an easy, safe, and natural remedy to depression, anxiety, panic attacks, PTSD, and more. Unfortunately, housing and travel restrictions often make it difficult for you to live your life to its fullest.

By receiving a prescription from one of our therapists for an Emotional Support Animal Letter, you’ll never have to compromise where you live or where you travel again. Signing up for an Emotional Support Animal Letter assessment with one of our therapists is quick, easy, and applies to animals of all shapes and sizes. Get an official prescription letter from a certified therapist, and be on your way to living stress and worry free with your Emotional Support Animal.

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What is an Emotional Support Animal (ESA)?

An Emotional Support Animal, or ESA, is an animal that provides therapeutic value to its owner. ESA’s are protected by the Fair Housing Act and Air Carrier Access Act. Emotional Support Animals are not limited to just dogs, but can be applied to any animal. Emotional Support Animals do not have to be trained to perform a specific task. However, they do require a note from a licensed mental health professional, which is called an ESA Letter. ESA’s are allowed to live in pet free housing and fly in the main cabin of an airplane.

How to qualify for an Emotional Support Animal Letter

A large and growing percentage of the US population have a tough time coping with everyday activities. Typically, this is because certain life events or experiences have resulted in emotional or mental instability that impacts day to day life. These emotional disabilities include, but are not limited to:

  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Panic Attacks
  • Personality Disorder
  • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder

The following are some examples of various symptoms related to mental/emotional disabilities:

  • Feelings of depression or anxiety that continue for a couple of days or longer.
  • Experiencing difficulty maintaining personal relationships with people.
  • Developing irrational fears associated with otherwise normal life problems or situations.
  • Inability or difficulty interacting with others in either a private or public setting.

If anything listed above describes your condition, you might qualify for an Emotional Support Animal Letter (ESA). It is a proven fact that emotional support animals greatly reduce stress for people suffering from symptoms brought on by an emotional disability.

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