|Title:||Juvenile Justice Project Coordinator
|Department:||Children's Law Center
School of Law
1600 Hampton Street, Suite 502
Lew Rogers is the Juvenile Justice Project Coordinator for the Children’s Law Center’s Juvenile Justice Team where he organizes the Center’s juvenile justice projects and grant activities. He provides technical assistance, curriculum development, and training to juvenile justice professionals. Prior to joining the Children’s Law Center, Lew was a lead trainer for the Continuum of Care where he supported building effective wraparound teams and identifying underlying needs of and resources for families with complex mental health issues. He was nationally certified through the National Wraparound Implementation Center to lead implementation efforts of that evidence-based practice in South Carolina and provided technical assistance to support other states’ implementation efforts.
Lew’s work has specialized in crisis prevention and intervention, working with sexually offending youth and youth classified as Severely Emotionally Disturbed.
- Master of Arts, Agency Counseling, Appalachian State University
- B.A., Psychology, University of South Carolina