How it Works
Get Your Legit ESA or PSA Letter in 3 Easy Steps
2 Minute Screening
Begin by taking a short, confidential assessment to determine if you are a good candidate for an ESA letter or a PSA Letter.
Talk to a Therapist
We'll set up a Telehealth appointment with a licensed mental health professional in your state.
Get Your ESA Letter
Once approved you will receive your ESA letter in 24 hours.
Conditions That Qualify for an ESA Letter Oregon
In Oregon, there are no state-specific laws governing assistance animals like ESAs. However, federal law does provide some equal opportunity protections for emotional support animals and their owners.
Here's a quick overview of federal emotional support animal laws and what they entail:
Oregon ESA Housing Laws
Under the Fair Housing Act (FHA), a housing provider cannot refuse to rent or sell to someone because they have a service dog, emotional support dog, or other types of assistance animals.
The Fair Housing Act also requires that landlords make reasonable accommodation to renters and the emotional support animals that live with them. This means that housing providers must allow tenants with ESAs to live on the property, even if there is a no-pet policy in place. And an ESA owner is required to pay any additional fees for their furry friend.
If you are denied housing because of your ESA, you can put in a reasonable accommodation request with the housing provider. They will be legally required to comply with the Fair Housing Act.
Transportation and Air Travel Laws
According to the Air Carrier Access Act (ACAA), airlines are required to recognize and accommodate a service dog with specialized training, regardless of breed. However, these requirements do not apply to ESAs when traveling.
If you are planning on traveling by plane or train and would like to bring your ESA along, you should check whether the entity accommodates emotional support animals beforehand. For example, some airlines allow for ESAs to board flights and others do not.
If you are to use a service or emotional support animal as a reasonable accommodation, all federal employers must grant this request (unless the animal would cause undue hardship or pose a significant risk to others in the workplace). You may need to show your employer proof of a valid ESA letter in order to have a support animal in Oregon.
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How To Get An Emotional Support Animal Letter In Oregon With ESA Pet
If you're looking to get an ESA letter in Oregon, ESA Pet makes it easy to do so.
Here are the three simple steps you need to take to get an emotional support animal letter in Oregon with ESA Pet:
Step 1: Complete a 2-minute Screening
The first step is to complete a 2-minute screening on the ESA Pet website. This will help to determine whether you are a good candidate for a support animal in Oregon.
Step 2: Schedule a Meeting with a Mental Health Professional
ESA Pet has a massive network of licensed mental health professionals if you want to get a support animal letter in Oregon. We can easily schedule a telehealth appointment with a medical professional licensed in the state of Oregon, which will help to streamline the process.
The goal of the appointment is to determine whether you have a qualifying condition for an assistance animal. If so, you will get an emotional support animal letter in Oregon.
Step 3: Get Your ESA Letter
Once approved by a mental health professional, you will get your valid ESA letter from ESA Pet within 24 hours.
How Do You Qualify For An ESA In Oregon?
To get an emotional support animal in Oregon, you must speak with a licensed mental health professional who can evaluate your condition.
ESA Pet provides a fast and easy way to find a professional licensed in your state. We can schedule a telehealth consultation and issue your ESA letter in no time!
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Our therapist can prescribe an ESA for a variety of mental health issues. Your mental health disorders could be anything from post-traumatic stress disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder, anxiety, or almost anything that affects your mental or emotional health.