Obtaining an emotional support animal (ESA) letter online has never been easier or more convenient. Telehealth platforms like Pettable can help you connect with a mental health professional licensed in New Hampshire for a consultation – all from the comfort of your own home. If your therapist recommends including an emotional support animal in your mental health treatment plan, they'll write you an ESA letter to make it official.
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Individuals who struggle with mental illness often find that living with an emotional support animal can be a powerful coping mechanism. New Hampshire law and federal law recognize the therapeutic value of emotional support animals, and protect your right to equal access to rental housing with your ESA.
As long as you have a legitimate ESA letter, there should be no restrictions on the type of properties in which you can live with your emotional support animal in New Hampshire – including apartments that have “no pets” policies. The federal Fair Housing Act (FHA) and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) require landlords to make reasonable accommodations so that residents with disabilities can live with their assistance animals (regardless of whether they are service animals or emotional support animals). Housing providers must also waive any pet charges and weight or breed restrictions that they typically have in place.
When it comes to access to public places, however, there are different rules for service animals than for emotional support animals. Whereas service animals are legally guaranteed access to virtually all venues and establishments, the decision to allow emotional support animals is made on a case-by-case basis, and is entirely at the discretion of the establishment’s owner or manager. There is no legal requirement for the owner to admit your emotional support animal, nor is there one that ensures your support animal can always accompany you to work or on a commercial aircraft (according to the Air Carrier Access Act).
If you want to bring your ESA to your workplace, fly with your ESA, or visit an establishment that is not specifically pet-friendly, your best option is to show your ESA letter to the person in charge (i.e., your boss, the airline representative, or the venue manager) and see whether they will accommodate your needs. You will have to accept their decision, whatever it may be, but it never hurts to ask!
For air travel in particular, be prepared to make alternative arrangements if you want to fly with your ESA. This could involve paying the relevant fees so that they can travel as an ordinary pet, subject to the airline’s policies.
In New Hampshire, a licensed mental health professional can evaluate your symptoms to determine whether you qualify for an emotional support animal. If they find that you have an emotional or mental disability and a disability-related need for an emotional support animal, they'll officially include your ESA in your mental health treatment plan.
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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.