Lauri holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Organizational Leadership from Virginia University at Lynchburg. She has twenty years of experience in the delivery of human services. She is certified as a trainer from the National Resource Center for Youth Services, from the University of Oklahoma, a certified trainer for Handle With Care* Behavior Management System and a certified Efforts to Outcomes* Administrator.
Pamela Lowell, MSW, LICSW
Pamela provides on-going training and clinical supervision, and is responsible for infusing ARC methodology throughout the agency. Ms. Lowell has published numerous articles and presented trainings nationally on trauma, adolescents and permanency for youth in child welfare, and has worked with adolescents with mental health needs and their families for over thirty years. She also provides EMDR (a short-term, trauma-focused, evidence-based treatment) to residents on an as-needed basis.
Derrell holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Human Services and Social Work from Springfield College and is also currently taking courses towards his MSW. He has over ten years’ experience working with youth in care, including work as a direct care staff, program coordinator and case management experience.
Jamila Lewis Greene
Jamila is responsible for ensuring all Jammat employees are CPR and First Aid Certified, and provides care to Turning the Corner Residential Treatment program clients for minor injuries and health concerns. She ensures the proper medication guidelines are adhered to and provides medication monitoring training to Turning the Corner Residential Treatment Program staff. She received her nursing license from The Academy of Health Sciences Army Medical Department and served eight years in the Army reserves.