Obtaining an emotional support animal (ESA) letter in New Mexico online has never been simpler, especially with the help of a telehealth service such as Pettable. All you need to do to get the process started is to connect with one of our licensed mental health professionals (LMHPs), who are all authorized to practice in your state. If, during this consultation, they determine that you are eligible for an emotional support animal, they can write you an official ESA letter.
Answer a few questions about your ESA needs
We'll match you to a professional in your state
Receive it within 24 hours of getting approved *
We'll help with any extra forms you need signed and our therapists are available to talk to your landlord anytime, for an additional fee.
* 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.
If you are one of the millions of Americans living with an emotional disability or mental health condition, an emotional support animal could potentially improve both your mental well-being and your quality of life. New Mexico law and federal law stand by your side by protecting your right to live anywhere with your emotional support animal – even in rental properties with “no pets” policies.
New Mexico residents with assistance animals (e.g., service animals or ESAs) are guaranteed equal access to housing opportunities. This is thanks to the federal Fair Housing Act (FHA) and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). As long as you can provide a legitimate ESA letter, your landlord must make reasonable accommodations for you to live with your emotional support animal. Your emotional support animal letter also exempts you from any pet fees, deposits, and breed or weight restrictions that your housing provider might otherwise impose.
Unfortunately, although service animals are permitted to access almost any public place with their owners, emotional support animals are not offered the same privileges. This includes shops, restaurants, libraries, cinemas, hospitals, and hotels, as well as commercial aircraft and even workplaces. If you'd like your ESA to accompany you to an establishment that is not overtly pet-friendly, you must ask the person in charge if they would be willing to accommodate you and your emotional support animal. This could be the owner or manager of the establishment, an airline representative, or your boss. It may be a good idea to bring along your ESA letter to strengthen your case.
Be prepared, however, to accept their decision – whatever it may be. In the case of air travel, this may mean paying the airline’s usual fees so that your ESA can fly as an ordinary pet.
To qualify for an emotional support animal in New Mexico, a mental health professional licensed in your state must evaluate your symptoms and conclude that you have a mental or emotional disability, as well as a disability-related need for an emotional support animal. If they do, they'll make it an official part of your mental health treatment plan and write you an ESA letter that you can use for housing and other purposes.
You can trust Pettable to do everything we can to ensure that your psychiatric service dog (PSD) or ESA letter works for you, in line with the rules and regulations in your state. We even offer a 100% satisfaction guarantee. This means that if your letter still doesn’t meet your needs, you'll get your money back. That’s how confident we are in our mental health professionals, our legal team, and the superior service we provide.
1. We Guarantee Our Letters Will Work For You
We believe you should not have to worry about your letter working or not. That's why at Pettable we offer a satisfaction guarantee - meaning your letter works or you get your money back.
2. World Class Mental Health Professionals
We have built a team of world class mental health professionals who can write you a PSD Letter prescription guaranteed to work anywhere you go.
3. Unparalleled Customer Support
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!
4. Licensed in all 50 states
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.
5. Best In Class Legal Support
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!
6. Human Connection & Legitimate Evaluations
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.
If you're still undecided, it might help to look at how we compare to other major online ESA letter providers. You’ll see from the services we provide – and our customer ratings – that Pettable is clearly one of the top telehealth platforms for ESA owners.
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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.