Houlahan Hosts 75th Town Hall: Coatesville Community Updates and Health Care Initiatives for Veterans

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COATESVILLE, PA — Representative Chrissy Houlahan (D-PA) is hosting her 75th town hall at the Chester County Public Safety Training Campus on Monday, July 24 at 5:30 p.m. She aims to inform the community about available resources, including improved healthcare for veterans, and invites Coatesville area residents to attend and benefit from these initiatives.

The town hall will focus on veteran health care and the recently announced partnership between the VA and Penn Medicine. Houlahan will be joined by Howard Crawford, President of the West Chester Veterans Council and Commander of the American Legion Post 134, who will be moderating the event, Michael Duncan, President and CEO of the Chester County Hospital and Health System, and Kirk Fernitz, Director of Community & Congressional Affairs for the Coatesville VA Medical Center.

“As a Member of Congress, it is my priority to inform our community of the resources available to them. I am thrilled that there have been such great partnerships and new initiatives in our community, specifically in the Coatesville area,” said Houlahan. “In order for Coatesville area residents to take advantage of these resources — such as improved health care for veterans — they need to be aware that they exist and know how to use them. That’s exactly why I’m hosting my 75th town hall, and I look forward to seeing our community at the event.”

The Coatesville Community Updates Town Hall featuring Congresswoman Chrissy Houlahan, Howard Crawford, Michael Duncan, and Kirk Fernitz will be held on Monday, July 24 at 5:30 p.m. at the Chester County Public Safety Training Campus, located at 137 Modena Rd in Coatesville, PA. Doors open at 5 p.m.

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Constituents can RSVP here. However, Houlahan’s office has advised that the venue has limited seating capacity and the public is reminded that an RSVP does not guarantee a seat. The event is open to the public and seating is first come, first serve. Community members who RSVP will receive a day-of reminder.

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