The site of 117 Henry Street, Chatham, was opened as a Salvation Army Rescue Home for Women in 1896; it was known as Chatham Home. The first resident was admitted 15 February 1896. For several years from 1898 the site also served as a Midnight Post.
In 1912 the work was transferred to a new site at Pembroke House, 42 New Road, Chatham; the new site was designated an Industrial Home for Women.
In September 1928 the work was transferred to a new site at Beulah House, 9-11 New Road, Chatham. The name Beulah House was used from August 1929. In December 1929 Beulah House was registered for the acceptance of female probation cases.
In August 1944 the work of Beulah House (also known as Chatham Girls' Industrial Home) was moved from the site of Beulah House to Green Acre (or Greenacre(s)) in Rochester.