Comprehensive Culture Change in Traditional Settings
Since 2003, The Green House® Project (GHP) has partnered with dozens of long-term care providers and developers to build 300 radically non-institutional eldercare homes across the country in 32 states.
While building new Green House homes is ideal, some providers and developers have land or capital constraints that make other options more viable. GHP's Green House 2.0 intiative, and Cultural Transformation, was designed so that progressive-minded organizations can affiliate with GHP outside of the Green House trademark.
Change the Culture
Through Cultural Transformation, both developers and "traditional" providers can move beyond culture change initiatives to create innovative and impactful models of care while leveraging the power of the GHP brand.
With more than 17 years of experience and evidence base, Cultural Transformation is designed to broaden the reach and deepen the impact of GHP's mission by helping providers implement comprehensive culture change in their traditional structures.
Transform the Care
Through Cultural Transformation providers gain access to an ecosystem of leading edge solutions and experienced design consultation to create the following:
- Real Homes with Meaningful Lives and Empowered Staff: Take advantage of unique education and train-the-trainer approaches to implement transformation that aligns with GHP's core values.
- Sustainable Change: Ensuring model integrity is an important aspect to preventing organizations from slipping back into institutional practices. GHP’s signature model fidelity tools and practices are critical elements to ensuring culture change is sustained and endures. Cultural Transformation adopter join a network of thought leaders to share ideas, lessons learned, and more to support consistant, ongoing, and enduring change.
New Webinar Series on Cultural Transformation
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“From the very beginning, they were with us every step of the way.”
Barry Berman, CEO, Leonard Florence Center for Living
“Becoming a trademarked Green House project gave us instant credibility, access to the best training and resources available, and an opportunity to collaborate with other Green House communities across the country, some of the best organizations in the business.”
Terry Rogers , CEO, St. Martin's in the Pines
We “treasured the guidance, education, and planning support while developing Green House homes.”
Melissa Fortner, Vice President of Supportive Living, Virginia Mennonite Retirement Community
“Their ability to advocate for a project and establish trust and support from local and federal agencies is without parallel.”
Joyce Ebmeier, VP Strategic Planning, Tabitha Health Care