Northway, a tiny community about 50 miles from the Canadian border, is isolated, but not enough to avoid meth. A few years ago, a group called “Take a Stand,” formed after the community counted 15 addicts in its midst -- or about 20 percent of Northway’s population.

In the second part of our Frontiers episode, “Grassroots Sobriety: Fighting Back,” highlights from the community’s presentation this summer at the Rural Providers' Conference in Tanacross.