ESA letter process

Schedule an appointment for today or tomorrow and receive a letter on the same day

To get started on your psychiatric service dog or an emotional support animal documentation for Texas, schedule a phone call and complete an intake.
STEPS 
   1) Schedule an appointment  

   2)  Afterwards, you will be redirected to the Intake Form. If you can't complete the intake form right away, you can do so later using the link provided  in your appointment confirmation email. Be sure to complete the intake before our appointment.  

   3)   I will call  you during our appointment to discuss your situation and needs. 

   4) After our appointment and at your convenience, you can make a $78 payment here, or by using the payment link provided in your appointment confirmation emails from me.  

   5) I will email you all needed documents. Be sure you stay in touch with me if I need to complete extra forms, or if you have any questions. FYI, I do NOT charge extra for forms, or more than one emotional support/service animal. You can text or email me as needed. 
get started on your ESA letter for texas
Start your ESA letter for Texas

What is also included

If you need updated documents/letters during the 12-months since you completed the process, just email me stating your needs. Over the 12 months, I do not charge extra for updated letters, forms, or any other steps during the 12-months. I also do not charge extra if you have more than one animal, or if you need to upgrade your emotional support animal to a service dog during the 12 months. And finally, I do not charge at all if you do not meet the disability recommendations for an ESA or service animal.

ESA Letter Sample or Service Animal Letter Sample

My letters always contain my regular practice letterhead, address, phone number, email, and license numbers/dates for practicing as a licensed mental health provider (LMHP) in Texas. My letter is fairly standard for an ESA letter, and can be altered to suit the needs of the landlord if necessary. The letter is a recommendation that my client would benefit from an assistant/service animal as a method of treatment to improve a mental health disability. I also include federal regulation links from Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).