What if my ESA letter is rejected?

If your emotional support animal letter is not accepted by your landlord or apartment complex, you have a variety of options before submitting a complaint to HUD. First, ask the landlord if there is anything else that they need in order to accommodate your ESA request. If so, reach out to me to follow up on any extra steps I may need to complete to help facilitate the process. Sometimes landlords have certain forms they want signed by the me as the Licensed Mental Health Provider (LMHP). Sometimes they want to call and talk to me, or they may want an email confirmation that I am an LMHP and wrote the letter. A landlord also use a third party verification system. Either way, reach back out to me as needed so that I can assist with the full process for your ESA or Service Animal needs.

If the landlord still does not accept your ESA or PSA request, ask them to send you something in writing stating the reason for rejection so that the issue can be resolved. Occasionally, I may need to write a second letter as a response to landlord when the request is not approved. I always keep in mind the parameters that landlords are limited to requesting in order to protect your Protected Health Information (PHI) based on HIPAA federal law. If a landlord asks for information that extends beyond the type of information that they are allowed to ask, I gently remind them of what I can and cannot share, with documentation from HUD that outlines what should be included in an accommodation letter for an ESA or PSA.

If your landlord still rejects your accommodation request after multiple attempts to resolve the issue, the following are some Texas tenant resources from the Texas State Law Library. This resource may be able to provide legal advice that I may not be aware of. After you have exhausted your resources, and you end up wanting to file a complaint with HUD, by doing so at the HUD Form 903 Online Complaint link.

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How fast can I get my ESA letter in Texas

You can get an instant ESA letter in Texas by scheduling an appointment, completing an intake, and talking with me over the phone. I make sure to get ESA and Service Animal letters to you within the same day. To get started on your psychiatric service dog or an emotional support animal documentation for Texas, click the button below. From there, you can schedule a phone call and complete a very entailed intake.

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Why are the reasons some people need a Service Dog in Texas?

People qualify for a service dog for many reasons. Some of the reasons and types of service animals might include: autism service dog, epilepsy service dog, PTSD dog, dogs for vets, and service dog for depression, PTSD, autism, epilepsy.

I usually talk to clients on the same day that they complete the form. You can choose to make a $78 payment before or after we talk by phone. I will send you all the necessary documents on the same day that we talk by phone, which you can share with whomever you choose. If you need updated documents/letters during the year, just email me stating your needs. I do not charge for updated letters and forms or any other steps during the year.

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What else are emotional support animals or service dog in Texas called?

ESA and Service dogs are know by many other titles. Some of those titles might include:

assistance dogpsychiatric service dogs
emotional pet supportPTSD dog
emotional support animalservice animal
emotional support catservice dog
emotional support dogsupport dog certification
emotional support lizard, rabbit, bird, etctherapy dog
epilepsy service Dogstherapy cat
esa dogtherapy pet
Other titles for an Assistant Animal or Service Dog

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