Montana Meth Project finalist says video is very personalJuly 30, 2016
One local Whitefish resident scored the spot as a finalist in a video contest to help fight against meth addiction.
The non-profit Montana Meth Project works to fight against meth use with public service ads, outreach and education.
Laira Fonner, a psychiatric nurse, says she lost someone close to her who was a meth user.
“I love our native cultures here, I think they’re so beautiful and interesting and meth has really hit the native cultures especially hard,” she said.
The top three of the 10 finalists with the most ‘likes’ on Facebook will move onto the finale.
The winners will be announced September 1st.
Click here to cast your vote.