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Assistance Animals in Emergency Shelters

Introduction In the event of a disaster, you might need to evacuate. But what about your as…

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Service Animals

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Sample Letters for Service Animals

Use these sample letters to advocate for your right to use a service animals in public plac…

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ADA Title III (Public Places)

What Is the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)? The Americans with Disabilities Act (…

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Assistance Animals in Housing FAQ

Some people need assistance animals to help them with their disabilities. But some homes…

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Assistance Animals in Housing

Under the Fair Housing Act, tenants and homeowners with disabilities are allowed to have…

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Sample Letters – Assistance Animals

Reasonable Accommodation Letter to Landlord Template [Date] [Building Manager/Landl…


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