Emotional Support Animal Evaluations
ESA Travel and Housing Letters
Under the Fair Housing Act (FHA), tenants with mental/physical impairment are protected against being forced to give up their pets. Under the FHA, a disability is defined as a physical or mental impairment which significantly limits a person’s major life activities. Even if a lease says "no pets" or restricts pets, landlords are required to make what is called a “reasonable accommodation” to allow pets who serve as assistance animals, which includes animals who provide emotional support. Housing letters will waive any housing fees and allow your pet to reside with you in your home. For travel and housing letters, a letter by a licensed mental health professional is required after a thorough evaluation to determine eligibility.
Call today to schedule an evaluation 407-545-3250.