Volunteers & Mentors

Information on volunteering

Volunteers

Mentoring program info

Mentors

Volunteers are an integral part of the IDOC mission of keeping the public safe and providing opportunties for offenders to change. Volunteers work within the prisons to provide religious classes, specialized training, and unique teaching opportunities.

As part of IDOC's Free2Succeed Community Mentor Program, mentors will help provide a "bridge" for offenders who are returning to Idaho's communities from incarceration. The goal of Free2Succeed is to provide offenders who are willing to participate in the program with a mentor who will work with them side-by-side to ensure a smooth and successful transition and help reduce the chance of recidivism.

Mentors

Program Manager: Jeff Kirkman Phone:(208) 658-2073

For questions about IDOC's Community Mentoring inititaive Free2Succeed, please e-mail us at: mentoring@idoc.idaho.gov

Mentor Quick Links:

Mentor Application

Mentor Brochure

Training Dates

Mentor Reporting 

Request a Mentor

District Mentor Site Coordinator Contacts (AmeriCorps VISTAs)

Volunteers

Program Manager: Jamie Hess-Smith Phone: (208) 287-3321

For questions about IDOC's volunteer services, send email to: volunteerservices@idoc.idaho.gov 

Volunteer Quick Links:

New Volunteer Requirements

New Volunteer Application

Limited Service Volunteer Application

Training Dates

Facility Contacts

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