BEDS Plus is doing everything possible to protect our clients, volunteers, staff, and communities in response to COVID-19.
Learn more or contact us at 708.354.0858.

Emergency shelter is the first step toward ending homelessness

Limited shelter available

BEDS Plus is offering emergency overnight shelter on a limited basis. Everyone entering shelter is tested for COVID-19. Call 708-354-0858 for more information. The Daytime Support Centers in La Grange and Worth remain closed until further notice.

All referrals for rental assistance must be referred to our agency through EntryPoint.

EntryPoint is a collaborative effort to refer those in need to agencies that serve their area.

To access EntryPoint, please call 877-426-6515


Day Centers

Our day centers will be closed until further notice due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

La Grange Day Center

Located at:
Ogden Avenue
Supportive Housing

9601 East Ogden Avenue
La Grange, IL  60525

(708) 354-0858

Worth Day Center

Located at:
St. Mark Evangelical Lutheran Church
Heaney Hall

11005 South 76th Avenue
Worth, IL 60482

(708) 354-0858

Street Outreach

BEDS Plus creates a bridge to agency resources for people who are homeless and disengaged from supportive services. Case managers and a team of outreach volunteers make contacts where homeless are known to congregate, including soup kitchens, food pantries, and libraries, and locations under viaducts and in the forest preserves. Contact continues until unsheltered individuals accept shelter or supportive housing is obtained.

BEDS is one of five community-based agencies participating in a Community Health Worker pilot project funded by Community Memorial Health and Healthy Communities Foundation in partnership with the Health and Medicine Policy Research Group. Community Health Workers on staff at BEDS connect with residents in the Western suburbs as liaisons between them and local health and social service providers. The outreach activities of BEDS two Community Health Workers identifies people who need housing assistance, homelessness prevention, health care, emergency shelter, and case management.


“It’s been a huge resource for the village and the police department,” said Gerald Vetter, division chief of investigations at the Oak Lawn Police Department. “Manager of Emergency Services and Outreach Mario Avila doesn’t hesitate to get out there. He’s really compassionate about what he does and he does his best to get these people (into shelter).”

Food Rescue

Our Food Rescue program provides meals and food items to shelter participants and other program clients. The program compliments meal service and addresses food security of our clients in all of our programs. Food Rescue also supports our food teams.

BEDS Plus Care forms part of the Suburban Cook County Continuum of Care. Households seeking Homeless Prevention assistance should first contact Entry Point at (877) 426-6515 or visit an Entry Point walk in center.  Depending on their original location, they may be directed to another homeless services agency.