Corum Human Services

About Us


Corum Human Services (CHS) provides homes, supports, and services for adults with developmental disabilities (DD) in a group home setting. CHS operates two homes, licensed by the Commonwealth of Virginia, Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Services (DBHDS), Lilys Way and Farmington homes located in Winchester, Virginia.

CHS provides individualized services in a family atmosphere with a person-centered approach as the foundation for individuals in our care. We believe that by providing person-centered services it allows the individuals that we serve to express their abilities, talents and desires. Person-centered services also allow individuals, families, and DSPs to celebrate and embrace the differences in all individuals and allows them the right to self-determine what is important to and for their lives.

The individuals that we serve are viable and active parts of their community; thus reducing stigmas and improving their quality of life. Individualized care can assist all individuals in reaching their greatest potential and living the most independent lifestyle within their abilities. In providing services, Corum Human Services promotes continuous training and assistance in the areas of conceptual, social, and practical skills, as well as, community integration. CHS stands as a premiere and quality service provider for adults diagnosed with developmental disabilities as well as an active community partner.

Bryan and Patricia Kidd, owner/operators, of Corum Human Services have over 55 years of combined experience working with adults with developmental disabilities as well as other mental health diagnosis. Patricia Kidd, CEO, along with her husband Bryan fulfilled a life long dream of opening their first group home in May 2012 to provide person-centered services to individuals with developmental disabilities in a structured and family-like environment. As a family owned human services agency, CHS believes in providing care that meets the unique needs of disabled adults as well as empowering them through increased independence, building confidence, community awareness and engagement.

Tymisha Robinson, Program Supervisor with CHS, has over 15 years of experience working with adults, children, and adolescents with intellectual, developmental, and behavioral disabilities in the group home, community, and residential settings. Ms. Robinson is an Old Dominion University graduate with a bachelor's degree in Human Service Counseling and a master's degree in Vocational Rehabilitation and Counseling from West Virginia University.