Terrance Blake Sr. is a dedicated representative for the many long-term offenders, homeless, youth and individuals suffering various barriers. He began his current journey after spending 18 years in prison, determined to make a difference.
Upon his own release Terrance began working for Goodwill, mentoring those who came after him on the difficulties and life challenges that the formerly incarcerated face. He went on to work for Hunters Point Family in Civic Center, providing safety and security as well as motivation for newly released lifers.
Terrance has worked as an Activities Coordinator in the Community Building Program for San Francisco’s Central City Hospitality House, while simultaneously working for Recovery Survival Network, a housing provider contracted with adult probation. Although Terrance has worn many hats in his various roles, his specialty is mentoring and connecting with reentry individuals. He’s helped countless people successfully transition back into the community.