Ogden Avenue Supportive Housing opens its doors to 20 residents with histories of chronic homelessness and disability.
LaGrange Area Transitional Housing (LATH) becomes a BEDS subsidiary, providing families with a disability a place to live and become independent.
BEDS Plus adds nine new shelter sites in Southwest Suburban Cook County, bringing the shelter capacity to 110 beds a night.
BEDS adopts a Housing First strategy to move shelter guests quickly into housing and help them stay housed through individualized case management.
BEDS Plus holds its first major fundraising event, Harvest Moon, to increase resources for shelter and other services
Project Wellness Initiative Network provides housing for chronically ill homeless who are heavy users of emergency rooms.
BEDS Plus receives its first major grant funding from the Community Memorial Foundation.
Molly Salisbury is hired as the agency’s first Program Director.
Recognizing that shelter guests need somewhere to go during the day, BEDS Plus opens the first Daytime Support Center.
B.E.D.S., Building Ecumenical Discipleship through Shelter, is established by a group from First Presbyterian Church of LaGrange and partner churches from the area.