Many places of business, including airlines, hotels, apartment buildings and restaurants may also require an accompanying letter from a licensed mental health practitioner or physician explaining your need for your emotional support animal. If you need this letter and do not regularly see a therapist who can prescribe you one, we can connect you with a therapist who can work with you. If appropriate, the therapist will prescribe an ESA letter electronically via our secure HIPAA-compliant portal which would be valid in all 50 states.
This is a real evaluation with a licensed mental health practitioner.
Your letter will be good for one year and will satisfy the requirements set forth by the FHA and ACAA and allow you to bring
an emotional support animal with you in the cabin of an airplane and into your apartment or dorm room.
If you are unsure whether you need an ESA letter, we encourage you to check with the place(s) of business in which you
are bringing your emotional support animal. As of 2020, most domestic airlines do require ESA letters.
Your therapist will follow up with you to schedule a time that is convenient for you for your first evaluation.
Multiple sessions may be required for the therapist to fully understand your condition.
As this is a referral to an outside practitioner for teletherapy session(s), no guarantee is made that the practitioner will
deem your condition worthy of an ESA letter. Each case is unique.
However, if the therapist declines to issue an ESA letter to you, you will
be entitled to a full refund.
Many other websites provide cheap letters from a template after having you fill out a short questionnaire. These are typically not accepted by landlords or airlines and may even be illegal.
We seek to refer you to real, licensed therapists for teletherapy sessions. Consequently, an ESA therapist may not be available in your area and should that be the case,
we will issue you a full refund and refer you to other services that may be able to help.