In Memory of Dr. Don Rodgers

Dr. Don Rodgers was a beloved father, husband, and friend to many people in North Texas. Born in North Carolina, he earned his Ph.D. in political science at the University of Georgia. Dr. Rodgers spearheaded non-profit related work; directing and overseeing the birth of several non-profit organizations. These non-profits would see a large degree of success, due to the passion and dedication exhibited by their director, and bloom into invaluable facilities providing crucial resources.

This event is an opportunity for community members to come together and share in a conversation about mental health. Strengthening the journeys that others walk, removing stigmas, offering resources and hope, informing, supporting, and celebrating progress.

What is CBHC?

Community Behavioral Health Conference is a community event intended to further educate and inform Grayson County citizens of the issues surrounding mental health and helping to create a bright future with the help of like-minded individuals working together to create a more optimistic tomorrow and strengthen the mental health journey.



Heather Candace "Candy" Finnigan

A recovering alcoholic for over 30 years, Candy Finnigan wrote When Enough is Enough: A Comprehensive Guide to Successful Intervention, "a tell-it-like-it-is guide to the process of intervention; a must read if you're interested in conducting an intervention." She is a graduate of University of Kansas and is married to Mike Finnigan, a musician and former basketball player for over 45 years. She and her husband Mike have two grown children: daughter, Bridget, and son, Kelly.

Finnigan is a Board Registered Interventionist (Level) II.