Celebrating Transformation Coast to Coast

Now more than 17 years strong, Green House homes have transformed long-term and post-acute care as we know it.


The Green House® Project (GHP) envisions homes in every community where Elders and others enjoy excellent quality of life and quality of care; where they, their families, and the staff engage in meaningful relationships built on equality, empowerment, and mutual respect; where people want to live and work; and where all are protected, sustained, and nurtured without regard to the ability to pay.


We partner with organizations, advocates, and communities to lead the transformation of institutional long-term and post-acute care by creating viable homes that demonstrate more powerful, meaningful, and satisfying lives, work, and relationships.

The Green House Core Values


A Look Inside the Green House Model

Watch: Where Love Matters

Core values include:

Meaningful Life

See elders thriving in Green House homes and hear deeply personal views of what makes life meaningful.

Empowered Staff

Discover why an organizational chart of a Green House home is powerfully different.

A Real Home

Find out the difference between a "home-like" environment and a real home, explained by Dr. Bill Thomas.

“We chose to build Green House homes because this model provides a better life for elders along with the highest quality clinical care.  A bonus was how much the lives of the staff members has improved.”

Toni Davis, CEO, Green Hill

“The Green House model has given us the framework to create a workplace where our staff feels empowered and they feel ownership of the home as well as the outcome of the care they provide.”

Brenda Anderson, Guide, Legacy Village

“I like the one-on-one aspect of my job because it guides you to the people who really need you and you always observe what is going on… in an institution you can’t read that…”

Wanda Harrison, Shahbaz, St. John's Lutheran Ministries

“There is nobody who gets overlooked, because we are with them everyday… you can really be involved with them and make their life better.”

Wanda Harrison, Shahbaz, St. John's Lutheran Ministries