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PHAN House Calls for Health Care

To mark the 2nd Anniversary of the Affordable Care Act the Pennsylvania Health Access Network (PHAN) has organized house parties throughout the state. Hundreds of Pennsylvanians will be attending these house parties over the next two weeks.

Join them! Defend the Affordable Care Act, learn about what's happening in the Supreme Court and get the latest updates from Harrisburg and DC.

Below is a list of some of the House Calls being held in the Philadelphia area. If you would like to look at the full list or need more information please visit

Monday, March 19th @ 3:00 PM in Center City w. Dr. J. Nadine Gracia, Deputy Assistant Secretary for Minority Health
Very exciting! Dr. Gracia is coming to the Philadelphia Unemployment Project, 112 N. Broad Street, 11th floor

All are welcome to attend an informational roundtable discussion. Hope to see you there. RSVP/More info here.

Monday, March 19th @ 6:30 PM in Old City w. Dr. J. Nadine Gracia
Very exciting! Dr. Gracia is coming to Philadelphia and Christiane, a nurse in Old City, has graciously offered to open her home.

All are welcome to attend! RSVP for exact address. Hope to see you there!

Tuesday, March 20th @ 6:30 PM in West Philly w. Rebecca Foley, Director of Public Policy at WOMEN'S WAY and Chair of the SEPA Raising Women's Voices Coalition
Come to Hillary's house to learn about the attacks on women's health! For more information/to RSVP here.

Tuesday, March 20th @ 6:30 PM at St. Martin of Tours RC Church School Gym, 5450 Roosevelt Blvd
Our friends at Healthy Philadelphia invite you to attend their next meeting. Have you had trouble accessing health care in the Northeast? Come speak out & learn about the ACA!
For more information: Carol Rodgers or Alexander Rodriguez at 215-568-0399, ext 216 or

Wednesday, March 21st @ 7:00 PM in Glenside (Philly suburbs) w. Sharon Ward, Executive Director of the Pennsylvania Budget and Policy Center
Get the inside scoop on what's happening with health care access from one of Pennsylvania's top experts! Plus more. Check it out here.

Friday, March 23rd @ 7:00 PM in Mount Airy w. Documentary Portrait Painter, Theresa BrownGold
Theresa BrownGold's project, Art as Social Inquiry, has received national attention. On Friday night you'll get to see why! For more info/to RSVP click here.

Tuesday, March 27th @ 6:00 PM in South Philly w. Region III Health and Human Services Director Joanne Grossi
Meet the Regional HHS Director, learn about what's at stake for 2012, take action and have fun! RSVP today!

Thursday, March 29th @ 8:00 PM at 6714 Wissahickon Avenue, Philadelphia 19119
Our friends at Health Care for America Now invite you to attend a great party at Marc Stier's house with author and former campaign manager, Richard Kirsch and Representative Allyson Schwartz
For more information:

Thursday, April 5th @ 6:30 PM in Mount Airy w. PHAN's Project Director, Antoinette Kraus (additional special guest TBA)
Come to Barb's house! Learn what happened inside the Supreme Court, where the attacks are on the state level & take action right there! RSVP here!


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