In the years following the merger, the organization adhered to Father Baker's belief in adapting to fit the ever-changing needs of society. The Baker Victory Dental Center was opened in 1997 for agency residents, later expanding its services to care for the community-at-large. That same year, at the request of the Buffalo Public Schools, Baker Academy opened its doors to students requiring Special Education programming.
A new century, the organization's third, has featured a number of exciting changes including the Child Pro and Monarch child-care centers becoming part of BVS in 2008, the opening of the Maple Road Memory Care House (residential care for individuals with developmental disabilities as well as Alzheimer's or Dementia) in 2014 and the beginning of the Residential Treatment Facility replacement project in 2015.
Society has changed much over time, and as it has evolved, so, too, have the needs of children, adults and families. By striving to meet those ever-changing needs, Baker Victory Services continues Father Baker's legacy of caring.