A unique multi-sensory exhibit experience allowing the visitor to hear, see and experience the reality of the world of child abuse.
Through audio narration from a child’s perspective visitors are guided room by room through scenarios depicting abuse. This experience is fully immersing each guest into the world that these children face on a daily basis.
To visit the Lisa Project contact our Director of the Lisa Project, Gene Hardin, at (209) 644-5308 or Ghardin@nochildabuse.org
For more information visit : www.thelisaproject.org
Message of child abuse prevention and positive parenting are shared through mass media and directly to elementary school children and their parents.
For more information contact our Director of Marketing and Development, Shauna Buzunis-Jacob. (209) 644-5318 or Sbjacob@nochildabuse.org
Join the CAPC Auxiliary to be informed of upcoming events, social gatherings, and ways to give back and help at the CAPC. Donations of funds and in-kind goods and assistance provided to families participating in CAPC programs and in support of CAPC services. This volunteer-driven effort works with the CAPC to achieve our Mission through fund-raisers, volunteer efforts, advocacy and acting as CAPC champions to the community.
To learn more contact our Auxiliary President, Joanna Call.
Eat fish safely. Some fish have high levels of mercury which can harm the brain, especially in unborn babies and children.
For tips on how to eat fish safely, please visit www.oehha.ca.gov/fish