The VIPP Report: The Green House Family Resource Center plants a new seed of hope on growing, supporting and sustaining families


Grand opening and ribbon cutting ceremony will be held at their new headquarters just a block away from courts system

(Louisville, KY) So many have expressed their concern that they have to travel all over the city to handle their social service needs.  We introduce to the community, The Green House.  The family resource center provides supervised visitation and facilitated exchanges, individual, co-parenting and group therapy, and psychiatric services all under one roof for the convenience of their clients.

On Friday, August 9th at 717 W. Market Street, Suite 1 from 3:00 pm to 5:00 pm city officials, community leaders, clients and prospective clients will tour the facility and interact with staff.  During the open house, a ribbon cutting ceremony will take place at 4:00 pm.

The Green House’s founder Jessica Green understands and is appreciative of the one stop shop convenience.  Green, a family law practitioner, healthy family advocate and adoptive mother of three children says “In honor and loving memory of her parents, James and Dr. Judith Green, who adopted 11 children, and fostered over 100 children during their lifetimes, The Green House, was birthed, furthering their legacy of creating a better community, one family and one child at a time. I too understand the importance as a mother the difficulty that many families have in going to multiple service providers to make sure that their family’s needs are met in a timely fashion. Our focus is to strengthen and support families”

At The Green House, each family is required to do an in-person intake interview with one of our service clinicians, and to complete an intake form to ensure that we understand the unique needs and concerns of each family.  It is also important that each family understands how our program works.  Case workers and judges are also able to refer cases directly to The Green House.  Intake forms and Court referral forms can be found on our website at

The Green House accepts all insurances for therapeutic services and offer competitive and affordable rates for our visitation and exchange services.

In addition to offering supervised visitation (both monitored and sight and sound), facilitated child exchanges, we are pleased to also offer individual and group therapy, co-parenting therapy, reunification therapy, parenting classes, provide documentation for Court and CHFS services, and have a board-certified psychiatrist on our staff.  Certain clients may also qualify for case management services.

For additional information on The Green House Resource Center visit their website at

During the ribbon cutting ceremony, we will have remarks from a member of Mayor Greg Fischer’s office as well as Councilwoman Barbara Sexton Smith because The Green House is in her district.

School-aged youth in attendance will receive some school supplies to assist them with a fresh start to a new school year.  We will also have vouchers for free haircuts and school physicals for qualifying students.

If you would like to setup an interview with Green prior to the ribbon cutting ceremony, please contact VIPP Communications at or by calling 502-295-0435.


The VIPP Report: Meet Steve Mudd Jr. GM at Montgomery Chevrolet


(Louisville, KY) With less than two years in his new position, Steve Mudd Jr., and his team at Montgomery Chevrolet have doubled sales over their projection. They actually grew 65% in year over year sales.

The first 40 Under 40 award recipient is only one of four African American General Managers in the state of Kentucky was passed the GM torch in July 2015 and has been excelling since that day.  As he climbed the leadership ladder, he continued to develop his support team.  Even with his busy schedule, Steve takes the time to teach his sales team the auto business.  By making them knowledgeable on the sales floor, it gives customers confidence in the sales team and their purchase.

Steve likes to stay above the curve by finding innovative sales tactics by using mediums like social media platforms.  He says “To be a leader, you need to find an employee’s strength and build from it.  Just like an athlete on a team. Each person has a particular position they play. They become a leader in the position but fellow teammates are there to assist to make sure the ball stays in play. That’s why I chose the Disney Approach developed by Walt Disney”.

When the perspective customer pulls into the lot, they are greeted. Instead of them looking for help, Steve’s team is there walking them through the process.

Mudd goes on to say “Customer service is vital because we want you to become a repeat customer.  How you feel when you drive your new car off the lot, is the same feeling you get when it’s time to start thinking about additional purchases.  They should be saying to themselves that they would return because their last experience was a good one.”

If you need an automotive expert to talk about trends, breaking auto news, and team building contact VIPP Communications at or by calling our office at 502-582-7716.