Make the Case
Why is THE GREEN HOUSE® Project the proven and preferred option for creating sustainable culture change?
The tools, resources and education available exclusively to Green House organizations are constantly evolving to reflect current research and innovative culture change practices.
Green House resources equip individuals and teams with the knowledge and skills to implement and sustain the model. Unique train-the-trainer programs and web-based learning opportunities foster a culture of ongoing education and growth. The Green House Peer Network serves as a platform for organizations to share successful practices in creating enduring culture change.
The Green House model is backed by ongoing research that evaluates quality of care, quality of life and financial viability of the model. The Green House model has been proven to increase occupancy rates and revenues, while maintaining operating costs equivalent to a traditional nursing home. It is trusted in states throughout the country to improve lives and bottom lines.
The Business Case for The Green House Project equips individuals with key messages and information to articulate the benefits of the model.
Consumer research shows that people want the Green House model—for themselves and for their loved ones. Provider Magazine called Green House homes the “pinnacle of culture change.” Although there are a number of small-home models of culture change, The Green House Project provides the most comprehensive transformation of environment, organizational structure and philosophy of care. Organizations that commit to adopting and sustaining the core values and practices of the Green House model are licensed to use the trademark and to participate in the Peer Network.
The Green House Project is regarded as a team of experts in the field of aging and long-term care. As a result of years of culture change experience, the team has developed relationships with thought leaders, policymakers and other key stakeholders to expand the Green House movement. The Green House Project leverages these relationships and the lessons learned from past experiences to support the success of each organization.