Emotional Support Animal Letter
The purpose of an emotional support animal letter is to make the special bond between people and their therapy pets even stronger. Many different factors can lead to symptoms such as depression, anxiety, sleepless nights, PTSD etc. The bond people have with their emotional support dogs and other animals can be very important in helping to ease the symptoms of those conditions. At Therapy Pet, the goal is to improve the lives of people by making sure they get to live and travel with their therapy pets, who can be essential in the persons comfort and well-being.
ESA’s Can Help In Many Ways:
- Feel Better
- Sleep Better
- Feel More Confident
- Better OverallWell-being
- Feel More Comfortable
- Increased Self-Esteem
Having an official ESA letter allows you to roam free with your animal Pet Restrictions become a thing of the past…
With very few exceptions, a Therapy Pet letter will allow your pet to live with you virtually anywhere. Some apartment complexes have a no pet policy, or breed and size restrictions…but with an official ESA letter from Therapy Pet, you and your pet would be allowed to bypass all of that You can no longer get charged more just for having your pet with you
An ESA letter from Therapy Pet is a sound investment, and it saves you money immediately. You will no longer be charged additional rent or a higher security deposit to live with your pet! You will no longer have to pay extra fees from airlines…
With an official ESA letter from Therapy Pet, your pet can accompany you on planes to help ensure your comfort while flying.
Who Qualifies for an Emotional Support Animal?
Essentially anybody who feels that their pet is a key source of comfort and well-being can qualify for an emotional support animal. There may be certain levels of anxiety, depression and restlessness that are mitigated by the presence of a pet. Qualifying for an ESA essentially means that your pet helps you live a better life. Your pet improves your living situation and helps you travel more comfortably.
These conditions include:
- ESA’s can help with serious mental issues such as Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder as well as any form of mental disability such as anxiety, depression or even stress.
- In many cases, pets help level their owners out. They give their owners a stronger sense of purpose and provide comfort and companionship in a way similar to a sibling, friend or loved one.
- ESA’s aren’t a cure to one’s mental stresses and issues, but can certainly aid in treatment towards living a happier and more stress free life.
Therapy Pet believes in the right to live and travel with your animal. We believe that people can feel better in the presence of their animals, and should not be forced to pay extra fees, or told they cannot live somewhere based on their animal. Nobody should have to choose between an apartment complex or living with their pet. Therapy Pet wants you to be happier, and we believe the presence of your animal can help.
If you or a loved one is in crisis, please reach out 911 or 1-800-273-8255 (Suicide Prevention Lifeline) which provides 24/7 free and confidential support for people in distress.
The line provides crisis services and resources for you or your loved ones.
- He/she can reasonably be expected in the near future to harm him/herself or another.
- Because of his/her inability to meet his/her basic needs they are at risk of harm.
- The person’s judgment is so impaired that he/she is unable to understand the need for treatment and that their condition is expected to result in harm to him/herself or another individual in the near future.
If you have a mental health emergency, you should seek help right away. At any time during the day or night call any of these for help:
- 1-800-273-8255 (Suicide Prevention Lifeline)
- or go to a hospital or other setting that offers emergency care
NOTE: You have the right to receive emergency services at any time, 24-hours a day, and seven days a week, without prior authorization for payment of care. You can go to any place that offers emergency care and be treated and have it paid for by your insurance plan. Please take note that if the medical facility you go to does not view your situation as an emergency, or if you do not have insurance, you may be charged for the visit.