|Leo Brown, Agency Chaplain & Volunteer Coordinator
2901 N. Classen Blvd. Ste. 200
Oklahoma City, OK 73106
Phone: (405) 962-6107
Fax: (405) 962-6102
How do I become a Volunteer or find a place to serve?
To be a DOC volunteer you have to be connected to a volunteer service or activity. If you would like to start a new volunteer program or activity, please contact the Chaplain or Volunteer Coordinator at the facility or office where you wish to serve. Once the activity is approved you will be able to apply by signing up for the activity using the link in the paragraph below.
If you want to become a Volunteer or Student Intern with an established volunteer program, activity or internship, or if you are a current volunteer and would like to search for new opportunities to serve, please click here.
The Oklahoma Department of Corrections (DOC) is committed to a positive partnership between the agency and its volunteers. This partnership plays a vital role in achieving the department’s mission. Volunteer involvement enhances offender programs & services, plays an important part in reentry efforts, provides additional resources, and creates opportunities for a greater public understanding of corrections and the challenges we face.
Volunteers may perform in any area of agency operation where needs are identified, the volunteer is trained, certified or licensed to perform the duty, and the necessary accountability and resources are available. The department appreciates the tremendous contributions made our volunteers. The services provided by DOC volunteers include:
- Religious Services
- Faith-Based Programs
- Cognitive Behavioral Programs
- Substance Abuse Programs
- Family & Relationship Skill Building Programs
- Student Internships
- Administrative Assistance
Each month, thousands of volunteers serve at locations across the state in all types of places, such as:
- State operated & Private Prisons
- Community Corrections Centers
- Half-way Houses
- Work Centers
- Probation & Parole Offices
- Administrative Offices
- Reentry Programs & Services within the community
The Oklahoma Department of Corrections cannot use state funds to purchase religious materials. If you would like to make a donation to support faith based activities within the agency or to help with other needs, you can search for those needs by clicking here.