Volunteer Services

New Volunteer Requirements

New Volunteer Requirements

Volunteer Training dates.

Training Dates
Volunteer Portal

Volunteer Agreement

Volunteer Agreement

Policy regarding volunteer service in IDOC facilities.

Volunteer Policy

This manual must be read by all volunteers.

Volunteer Manual

List of Facility Volunteer Coordinators' contact information.

Facility Contacts

The Department’s volunteer program is a key component in accomplishing our mission to build community partnerships and provide opportunities for offender change. There are a wide variety of opportunities for volunteer service including, but not limited to, teaching a religious or secular class, leading a religious service, facilitating a self-help program, providing tutoring or other education assistance, supplementing vocational training opportunities, or donating much needed items. Our volunteer categories consist of: Level 1 Volunteer, Level 2 Volunteer, Limited Service Volunteer, and Mentor. You may also qualify for clergy status with proof of credentials. 

Click on the"New Volunteer Requirements" button to learn more about becoming a volunteer.


To Submit a New Volunteer Application, click here!

To Submit a Limited Service Volunteer Application, click here!

To Sign Up for a Volunteer Training, click here!

To Submit a Request for Level 2 Status, click here!

If you're interested in helping an offender make the transition back into the community a success, take a look at our Free2Succeed mentor initiative! 

For more information, please naviage through our website. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the facility Volunteer and Religious Activity Coordinator (VRC) or the Volunteer Program Manager, Jeff Kirkman, at volunteerservices@idoc.idaho.gov.

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