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Panel Discussion Examines how Health Begins at Home

On Wednesday, September 21, the Winchester Housing Coalition hosted Health Begins at Home, a panel discussion examining the link between quality affordable housing and community well-being. The Coalition was incredibly fortunate to welcome Dr. Megan Sandel, associate professor of pediatrics at the Boston University School of Medicine and associate professor of environmental health at the Boston University School of Public Health, Dana LeWinter, Municipal Engagement Director at CHAPA, and Sarah Betancourt, a reporter at GBH News Center for Investigative Reporting, along with moderator Tom Howley.

We were absolutely thrilled with the turnout and the robust conversation that came out of the Q and A period after the panelists spoke. If you are interested in receiving affordable-housing-specific communications from the Winchester Housing Coalition, please let us know

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