Reasonable Accommodation Form for Housing Accommodations


By purchasing this service, a licensed mental health care provider assigned to your file, along with our fair housing expert, will complete your landlord-provided reasonable accommodation form.  Once done, the therapist will provide you with electronic and hard copy versions of the signed form.

This service can be ordered at anytime.

The Fair Housing Act requires landlords and public housing authorities to make reasonable changes or adjustments in their rules, services, or buildings if the changes help a disabled person live there. Changes to the landlord’s rules or services are called accommodations.

Examples of accommodations are:

  • A reserved parking space closer to the building entrance.
  • Permission to have an assistance animal.

Proof of Need Form

When requesting a change the tenant does not tell the landlord the nature or severity of the disability. The landlord does not see the tenant’s medical records.

Example Reasonable Accommodation Forms

Over the years, we’ve collected quite a few reasonable accommodation forms. Click here, here, and here to review some examples.

Where do I get the form?

Although not required by law, many landlords have adopted a procedure or created a form for tenants and prospective tenants to use to request reasonable accommodations. Once you have the form in hand, you’ll upload that into our secured messaging area. At that point, our fair housing expert and your clinician will complete the form.  A signed copy will be delivered electronically and via postal mail.


  • This form require the purchase of an emotional support animal housing assessment. This service cannot be purchased separately, nor combined with another health care provider’s ESA letter.
  • This form should be used only by those with a physical or mental disability.
  • This information is not intended as legal advice.
  • ESADoggy is not an attorney nor law firm