Beginning Thursday January 12th, 2012, in collaboration with First 5 San Bernardino, San Bernardino County Children and Family Services, and Children’s Fund, the Children’s Network of San Bernardino County will be hosting The Lisa Project, a fully interactive multistory experience that will take you beyond the headlines and statistics about child abuse. This audio tour and media exhibit will take you on a journey through the lives of children plagued by abuse.
At no other time has anyone had the chance to understand the plight of these children and to experience it through their eyes, their ears and their emotions. The Lisa Project promises to raise awareness through education as you “take a child by the hand” and listen to their story. Everything you thought you knew about child abuse is about to change.
The Lisa Project will be open every Thursday through Sunday in January, February and March in three separate locations throughout San Bernardino County. This unique and powerful exhibit about child abuse prevention will be on display at Arrowhead Regional Medical Center (Colton) in January, The Mall of Victor Valley (Victorville) in February, and Victoria Gardens (Rancho Cucamonga) in March 2012. Exhibit entry is free to the public with a suggested parental rating of PG-13: operating hours will vary at each location. Advanced reservations for group tours are available on other days. Please visit www.thelisaproject.org for more information, times, and volunteer opportunities.