A vast number of Americans live with emotional trauma, fear, anxiety, or any number of mental
and psychological challenges.
Emotional Support Animals are widely recognized as helpful in reducing the stresses of our daily lives through their ability to provide
unconditional acceptance, companionship, and comfort.
It is the mission of the team at RealESAletters.com to give our clients direct contact with working mental health professionals
who can quickly assess personal needs and provide solutions through the issuance of individualized Emotional Support Letters.
Anyone suffering from an emotional and/or mental challenge or disability, or experiencing depression, anxiety, PTSD, fears, addictions, or compulsive disorders, including:
A valid ESA letter is written and signed by a licensed mental health professional (LMHP) who believes an Emotional Support Animal would help an individual benefit from the company of an Emotional Support Animal. This letter enables our clients to assert their rights under state and federal laws which protect them from unscrupulous landlords and guarantees access to public places and domestic air travel without outrageous “pet fees.”
But...to avoid discrimination in “no pet zones”, eliminate the threat of increased rents and pet deposits, you need to document your qualifications for an emotional support animal.
With a valid ESA letter in hand, landlords, property managers, airlines, and public places cannot impose fees, restrictions, or limitations on your or your pet, as per the legislative provisions of...
Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and Fair Housing Amendments Act of 1988, under the Federal Housing Authority: Federal nondiscrimination laws provide housing protections for individuals with disabilities. These protections apply in most private housing, state and local government housing, public housing and any other federally-assisted housing programs and activities. The Fair Housing Act prohibits discrimination in housing and housing-related transactions because of any disability and requires “reasonable accommodation” for Emotional Service Animals. Complete provisions of this federally-mandated legislation are available here.
Air Carrier Access Act (49 U.S.C. 41705 and 14 C.F.R 382): Under the Air Carrier Access Act (ACAA) a service animal is any animal that is individually trained or able to provide assistance to a person with a disability; or any animal that assists persons with disabilities by providing emotional support.