New York Emotional Support Animals (ESA)
A New York Emotional Support Animal provides its disabled owner with therapeutic benefit. An ESA requires no specific training. Federal Law provides a New York Emotional Support Animal with the legal right to live in no-pet-allowed housing and accompany their owner in the main cabin of a commercial airliner.
Often mistaken for Service Animals, New York ESAs provide relieve loneliness, companionship, and can help to reduce symptoms of mental impairments and psychiatric disabilities, such as anxiety, depression, stress, and other issues. Unlike a Service Animal, New York ESAs does not require special training.
Specifically, with regards to housing, the Fair Housing Amendments Act of 1988, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, and Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act protect the right of people with disabilities to keep emotional support dogs, even when a landlord’s policy explicitly prohibits pets.
ESA are, in general, considered “assistive-aides” which required landlords to make a “no pet” policy exception, thereby providing reasonable accommodations allowing for an emotional support animal in the rental property.
If your mental disability limits your function in life activity, or you have a physical condition that hinders you, you may qualify for a New York Emotional Support Animal.
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New York Emotional Support Dogs
New York Emotional Support Dogs are given access to the property grounds (pool, common areas).
Additionally, New York ESA Dogs must always be under the control of their handler at all times
ESADoggy documentation complies with all Federal law, meaning:
- Be in the form of a letter or report from a psychologist, psychiatrist or other qualified, licensed clinician who is qualified to make the diagnosis and is currently treating you for the disability for which you are requesting the ESA.
- The documentation must be on official letterhead and should be signed and dated within the last two years.
- Include a specific diagnosis, a statement of your current condition, the date and a summary of your most recent evaluation, and the expected duration of your condition.
- State the current impact of (or functional limitations) imposed by the condition on your living situation.
- Explain how the condition relates to your request for an ESA. There must be a direct link established between the condition and your requested ESA. It should include which symptoms are alleviated by the ESA.
- State a specific recommendation for an ESA as a result of the condition.
It’s important to note disabilities aren’t only limited to the physical realm. Here’s a partial list of physical and emotional/mental problems that are qualified Emotional Support Dog disabilities.
- Age-Related Cognitive Decline
- Any Psychiatric Condition
- Asthma (or other breathing problems)
- Bipolar Disorder
- Blindness (& partial blindness)
- Deafness (& partial deafness)
- Dizziness/Balance problems
- Emotionally Overwhelmed
- General Hearing Difficulty
- Mobility Problems
- Neurological Problems
- Panic Attacks
- Physical Weakness
- Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
- Separation Anxiety
- Social Phobia
- Speech Problems
- Stress Problems
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Without ever leaving the comfort of your home or office, you can qualify for an Emotional Support Animal. To qualify, you must complete the following steps.
1. Prescreening your mental health
You will safely and securely complete our brief mental health screening. This anonymous assessment will allow us to determine if you should connect with a mental health professional.
2. Shop ESA letter consultations
While face-to-face therapy can cost upwards of $350 for a single session, our total cost is just a fraction of that.
3. Consult with a licensed professional
Via telephonic or video sessions, you’ll speak with an in-state licensed mental health professional to assess your disability and disability-related need for an emotional support animal. Follow-up care will also be offered.*
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We both know an animal's companionship, and unconditional affection can bring happiness to a family or a person’s life.; this can be especially true for those struggling with anxiety, depression, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, sleep issues, and other recognized emotional disabilities.
Thankfully, various Federal Laws, including the Fair Housing Act and Air Carrier Access Act, provide qualified individuals, along with their Emotional Support Animal, access to no-pets-allowed housing, travel amenities, and protection against discrimination, eviction, and unfair fees and deposits.
Through a mental health care provider-issued letter of prescription, these animals are a practical treatment option, bringing comfort and help minimize negative symptoms associated with a wide variety of emotional disabilities.
To bring this idea to the masses, we created ESADoggy, an organization built on a foundation of compassion and kindness toward people and animals in need.
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