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New inpatient drug and alcohol rehabilitation facility opens in Horsham

Col. Howard “Chip” Eissler (right), wing commander for the 111th Fighter Wing and avid hockey fan, attended the Malvern Institute’s ribbon-cutting ceremony on June 6, 2013 in Horsham, Pa. for the opening of their new in-residents drug and alcohol rehabilitation facility. It’s important that we’re (the wing) not just in the community, but a integral part of the community, said Eissler.  Featured speaker, Bernie Parent, goaltender for the Philadelphia Flyers over the 1974 – 1975 Stanley Cup years, spoke candidly about his struggles with alcohol addiction and life-saving treatment he had received from the regionally-based Malvern organization.

Col. Howard “Chip” Eissler (right), wing commander for the 111th Fighter Wing and avid hockey fan, attended the Malvern Institute’s ribbon-cutting ceremony on June 6, 2013 in Horsham, Pa. for the opening of their new in-residents drug and alcohol rehabilitation facility. It’s important that we’re (the wing) not just in the community, but a integral part of the community, said Eissler. Featured speaker, Bernie Parent, goaltender for the Philadelphia Flyers over the 1974 – 1975 Stanley Cup years, spoke candidly about his struggles with alcohol addiction and life-saving treatment he had received from the regionally-based Malvern organization.

Col. Howard “Chip” Eissler (right), wing commander for the 111th Fighter Wing and avid hockey fan, attended the Malvern Institute’s ribbon-cutting ceremony on June 6, 2013 in Horsham, Pa. for the opening of their new in-residents drug and alcohol rehabilitation facility. It’s important that we’re (the wing) not just in the community, but a integral part of the community, said Eissler.  Featured speaker, Bernie Parent, goaltender for the Philadelphia Flyers over the 1974 – 1975 Stanley Cup years, spoke candidly about his struggles with alcohol addiction and life-saving treatment he had received from the regionally-based Malvern organization.

Col. Howard “Chip” Eissler (right), wing commander for the 111th Fighter Wing and avid hockey fan, attended the Malvern Institute’s ribbon-cutting ceremony on June 6, 2013 in Horsham, Pa. for the opening of their new in-residents drug and alcohol rehabilitation facility. It’s important that we’re (the wing) not just in the community, but a integral part of the community, said Eissler. Featured speaker, Bernie Parent, goaltender for the Philadelphia Flyers over the 1974 – 1975 Stanley Cup years, spoke candidly about his struggles with alcohol addiction and life-saving treatment he had received from the regionally-based Malvern organization.

HORSHAM AIR GUARD STATION, Pa. -- Col. Howard "Chip" Eissler (right), wing commander for the 111th Fighter Wing and avid hockey fan, attended the Malvern Institute's ribbon-cutting ceremony on June 6, 2013 in Horsham, Pa. for the opening of a new residential drug and alcohol rehabilitation facility. It's important that we're (the wing) not just in the community, but a integral part of the community, said Eissler. Featured speaker, Bernie Parent, goaltender for the Philadelphia Flyers over the 1974 - 1975 Stanley Cup years, spoke candidly about his struggles with alcohol addiction and life-saving treatment he had received from the regionally-based Malvern organization.