Human Trafficking is the global problem of our time. Our aim at Prism Project, is to bring together awareness and prevention through educating our community and aiding victims to thrive outside of their oppressive circumstances. 

We want our communities to not only be able to spot red-flags of human trafficking but we also want them to understand how it starts and how to take action against it.

National Human Trafficking Hotline: (888) 373-7888

For minors please contact your local police and your state’s children protective services agency.

What you should know:

Fast Facts:

Average Age of Trafficked Victim
1 %
Percentage of Cases in 2018 That Involved Kids
$ 1
Billion Dollars a Year is Generated by Human Trafficking

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The Prism Project was founded on the heart of Isaiah 61:1 and a prism was chosen to represent hope. When a prism is in the dark and light shines on its shattered pieces of glass, it produces an array of immense beauty that cannot be contained.

“The Spirit of the Sovereign Lord is on me, because the Lord has Anointed me to proclaim good news to the poor. He has sent me to bind up the brokenhearted, to proclaim freedom for the captives and release from darkness for the prisoners.”

Isaiah 61:1

What We Do




Free to Dream Festival

Our second annual Free to Dream Festival was amazing! Thank you to all of those that attended!

With your help we raised over

Hosted on the grounds of Freedom Center Church in Fenton, we enjoyed a beautiful evening, incredibly talented local youth, and our generous and loving community coming together.

All proceeds go towards opening and operating Mission Ranch, a longterm safehouse in Genesee County for children who have been trafficked. Our licensing is close to being finalized and the state consultant anticipates us receiving licensure by mid to end September. Stay tuned!

Our mission is to ensure that the members of our community know what sex trafficking is, so that we can protect our children and decrease the demand for slaves. Our long term goal of opening Mission Ranch is coming to fruition in fall of 2022; rescue housing with a restoration system in place so that survivors may walk in the light of hope, faith, and love.
Sylvia Blythe, Founder
Sylvia Blythe

Prism Project Board of Directors

Sylvia Blythe
Founder &
Executive Director

Sylvia is a RN and Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner, as well as an adoptive parent. Out of her first hand experiences in her field, family, and international missions, Sylvia realized more had to be done about human trafficking. She began pursuing prevention through education as well as how to provide long-term restorative care services for minors.

Allison Hiller

Allison, was instilled with a passion for human trafficking victims from her experience with street ministry. Doing outreach work, she worked to help and guide women selling their bodies for money. After being introduced to Sylvia, Allison began helping to educate the community, advocate for human trafficking victims, and help take Prism Project to the next phase.

Natalie Goltz Vice President

Natalie is the voice of reason behind the scenes. She is a strong advocate for community and family education. Her experience through being a foster parent and missions has also played a role in pursuing justice and high standards of care with resources for children survivors.

Stacy McAuliffe Secretary

Stacy is the Social Worker and psychological and sociological brains of the operation. Understanding, from a environmental point of view, some the best ways to help aid victims of human trafficking. Actions and programs that will enable them to thrive in their future.

Judi Sivyer Treasurer

Judy's experience in accounts payable and receivable makes her the perfect women to keep track of the books for the Prism Project. After watching a presentation of Prism Project at her church, she reached out to Sylvia and has become an asset to the entire board.

Deborah Gillespie Voting Board Member

Deborah has a passion for women, their identity, and the difficult life situations beyond their control they often navigate. As a wife and mother, she sees the weight and reality of sex trafficking and brings a depth of heart to her supportive role with the board and Prism Project.