Federal law requires your Emotional Support Animal letter to be renewed every year. This means that airlines and landlords will not accept your ESA letter if it the issue date of the letter is more than 12-months old.
If you do not renew your Emotional Support Animal letter, then you are at risk of forfeiting your ESA benefits for housing, including living in no-pet housing and not having to pay any kind of pet fee or pet deposit!
Click the "Renew My ESA Letter" button on this page. Quickly complete the test questions so your licensed therapist can review.
The licensed therapist will review your assessment within 24 hours and, once approved, will write and sign your Emotional Support Animal letter immediately.
Your signed Emotional Support Animal letter will be emailed to you right then and a physical copy mailed on the next business day.
ESA Airline Letter
Our ESA letter is a legal document signed by a licensed mental health professional that prescribes an emotional support animal for you as treatment for an emotional disability. An ESA letter means your pet can accompany you on an airplane and you can't be charged a pet fee. Due to changes by the Department of Transportation (DOT), Westjet, Air Canada, Sun Country, and Volaris are the remaining airlines that continue serve emotional support animals and their handlers with a legitimate ESA letter. (Read Airlines' Policies Here)
ESA Housing Letter
It also qualifies you to live in "no-pet" housing (apartments, condos, rental homes) without being charged any kind of pet fee for your ESA. Nearly all property managers require a therapist-signed form, sometimes referred to as a reasonable accommodation form or verification form, to confirm your need for an ESA. Although other companies charge up to $75 each time you ask them to complete one of these forms, CPS therapists will complete an unlimited number of these forms at no additional charge!