ESA Letter for Your Emotional Support Animal

1 in 4 Americans suffer from an emotional or mental disability in any given year. Emotional Support Animals could help reduce symptoms of a mental or emotional disability by providing companionship, comfort, and love. It’s amazing that researchers are just beginning to understand the benefits of animal therapy.

ESA Doctors’ mission is to help provide people with limited access to in-person consults access to licensed mental health professionals. ESA Doctors utilizes technology to help connect clients with licensed mental health professionals who can write an ESA letter. Since ESA Doctors is not a medical clinic or provider, our mission is simply to help millions of Americans get access to the support they deserve.

As ESA advocates, ESA Doctors also helps provide information so you may protect yourself and your Emotional Support Animal against discrimination, increased rent, pet travel fees, and security deposits.

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How? ESA Doctors helps you connect easily and privately with a licensed mental health professional. You will also have access to a specialized support team for additional help and information. An ESA letter will help you and your emotional support animal access housing as you will be protected under the Fair Housing Act. Your Emotional Support Animal may also retain access to air travel with airlines accommodating Emotional Support Animals with an ESA letter. 

How it Works: Documenting Your Emotional Support Animal

Dealing with a “No Pet” Zone? Qualify Your Emotional Support Animal!

Animals provide comfort for so many psychological and emotional symptoms! ESA Doctors can help provide information and assistance to avoid exclusion from housing and travel due to your disability. This means HOA’s, co-ops, landlords and property managers cannot discriminate against a person with an approved Emotional Support Animal with a qualified ESA letter. Landlords cannot prevent the person and their ESA from obtaining the housing that is needed—even in “No Pet” situations.

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