For Nevada residents, the process of obtaining an emotional support animal (ESA) letter online is surprisingly straightforward. By choosing a telehealth platform such as Pettable, you can quickly connect with a licensed mental health professional (LMP) from the comfort of your own home. If your therapist determines that you qualify for an emotional support animal, they'll write you an official ESA letter that you can start using right away.
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* For California residents, effective January 1, 2022, new law AB 468 requires those seeking an ESA letter for dogs to establish a client-provider relationship with the individual for at least 30 days prior to providing documentation, which will result in having two consultations before qualifying.
Many people who struggle with mental health issues stand to benefit from the addition of an emotional support animal to their daily lives. Both state and federal law recognize the therapeutic value of emotional support animals, and Nevada protects your right to live anywhere with your emotional support animal – as long as you have a valid ESA letter written by a therapist licensed in the state.
Nevada makes it possible for ESA owners to live in any type of housing – including rental properties – with their emotional support animals. This is in accordance with the federal Fair Housing Act (FHA) and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Provided that you can present a legitimate ESA letter, your housing provider must make reasonable accommodations for you and your emotional support animal to live together, even if they do not usually allow pets on the premises. Furthermore, landlords are not allowed to impose any pet fees, deposits, or weight or breed restrictions on ESA owners.
When it comes to public establishments, however, the laws are somewhat different. You probably already know that service animals are allowed to accompany their owners in places such as restaurants, stores, hotels, movie theaters, and libraries. However, there is no legal obligation for emotional support animals to be granted admission to these places – the decision is entirely at the discretion of the owner or manager of the establishment. This also includes workplaces and commercial aircraft (as detailed in the Air Carrier Access Act). There's a chance, however, that the venue manager, airline representative, or even your boss will accommodate your emotional support animal if you explain your circumstances and present them with a valid ESA letter. You'll never know unless you ask!
For air travel in particular, be prepared in case the airline rejects your ESA request. If you have enough time to do so, you could still make arrangements for your emotional support animal to fly with you as an ordinary pet.
Only a mental health professional licensed in Nevada has the authority to determine whether you have a mental or emotional disability and a disability-related need for an emotional support animal. If they find that you do, they can make an emotional support animal an official component of your mental health treatment plan.
Thanks to our 100% satisfaction guarantee, there’s nothing to stop you from getting the ESA approval process started with Pettable. Our experienced mental health professionals and our incredible legal support team will do everything they can to ensure that your psychiatric service animal letter or emotional support animal letter works for your housing needs. In the unlikely event that it doesn't, we'll refund you the entire fee for our services.
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We know getting your animal approved to travel or live with you can be stressful, which is why we invest so much in our team of dedicated support specialists to make sure you are always taken care of and have the support you need!
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Our network of mental health professionals is deep and spans across the entire country. Additionally, we have a deep team of mental health professionals to make sure we can meet any timeline.
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We are here to make sure your housing and travel needs are taken care of so you don't worry. Our legal team is dedicated to having your back should you need it!
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In order for your letter to work you need to have a live consultation with a mental health professional. At Pettable we make sure our clinicians adhered to HUD standards and conduct consultations over the phone to get to know you and your mental health situation well.
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Bolutife "Bolu", LCSW-S, MPA
Equipped with over 13 years, Bolu has worked with various populations (adolescents, couples, families, and adults), but finds passion in working with the BIPOC community suffering from trauma.
Shaunae, M.S., LPC
I have worked in the mental health field for 10 years with experience across diverse populations and communities. I’m dedicated to ensuring the best care possible.
Michael, LPC, LCDC
I graduated from UT Dallas with my BA in Psychology, University of the Southwest with my MS in counseling, and California Southern University with my PsyD in Psychology, but have been an LPC and LCDC since 2011.
I graduated with a BA in Political Science and a minor in Psychology. I completed my Masters in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. Since graduating, I have been working in private practice.
Rhiana, MA, LPC, LAC
Licensed Professional Counselor
I primarily work with people experiencing homelessness. I began doing emotional support evaluations to increase housing access to all.
Licensed Clinical Social Worker
I'm a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Certified Substance Abuse Counselor. I graduated from the Catholic University's National Catholic School of Social Service with a Master of Social Work.