Discover The Lisa Project

Some secrets should be told. This unique multi-sensory exhibit allows the visitor to hear, see and experience the reality of the world of child abuse.

Bring "Lisa" to you

Lisa in 10 is a traveling exhibit we can bring to you. Build awareness in your community.

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Many lives are touched and ultimately changed by your generous donations.

Bring Lisa to You

You can schedule a tour through the original exhibit anytime Mon-Fri 8am-3pm.

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”I encourage everyone over the age of 13 to find time to visit The Lisa Project. I especially encourage anyone  in coming forth to identify his abusers and his valiant efforts in trying to survive. To the adult survivors, please, I invite you to be courageous and do the inner work that is necessary to free yourself from the negative, limited conditioning that causes suffering and shame. Let’s not let this happen to our future generations of children.”

John Chen

“I’m a survivor of longterm childhood sexual amongst other types of abuse as well. It was reported within the statutes but the person went on the run as soon as questioning began, it became a dead end and swept under the rug by the detectives and child youth services. I am a survivor but its still extremely hard every day and has affected the way my life has been and still continues to affect me to this day in so many ways. My prayers are with the other survivors.”

Elena Dimtri

Number of children abused in the U.S annually

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Of alleged abusers are related in some way to the child victim

Children who received an investigation or alternative response from CPS

Estimated # of children who died from abuse and neglect in the US in 2014