Sarah Long has spent her career serving vulnerable children and families. Sarah graduated from Brown University in 2006 with a BA in Human Development and the University of Tennessee’s College of Social Work in 2008 with an MS in Social Work. She practiced as a therapist, working with children and adults, before transitioning into leadership roles in a community mental health setting. Working for the McNabb Center, Sarah is the Assistant Director of Family Treatment Services. Sarah oversees programs that address trauma, mental health, and substance use issues in children, parents, and families using prevention, early intervention, and two-generation family-based programming. She has extensive experience creating treatment and support systems that are family-centered and trauma-informed. Sarah is endorsed in Infant Mental Health Mentor-Clinical. Sarah serves on the Advisory Council for the Association of Infant Mental Health in Tennessee and on the Board of Directors for CASA of East Tennessee.