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Hannah Charles and her mother Litha take a selfie in front of the ‘Healing is Possible’ mural. Hannah is part of Impact Now, an organization  that tackles the stigma of mental illness.   Eric Abernthy / Randolph Hub

'Healing is possible'

During an unveiling of her mural last Saturday, ‘Healing is Possible’, Muralist Britt Flood of Pittsboro spoke about the meaning within the mural.


The mural unveiling on the side of the Antiques & Geeks building at the corner of Sunset Avenue and Church Street in downtown Asheboro.


Asheboro was part of a week-long group of Mental Health Wellness Events promoted by RhinoLeap in conjunction with the City of Asheboro. Among the events was a RhinoLeap documentary of the story behind and need for Keaton’s Place, which provides assistance in navigating the complex process of locating detoxification and rehabilitation facilities for those who are seeking to change their lives and free themselves from addiction to drugs or alcohol. 

Near the bottom of the mural is the number for Mental Health Hotline, 988.