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INFOGRAPHIC: Volunteers Make a Difference

100-PO020 (R 4/2017)

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(Rachel Friederich , DOC Communications)

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Everybody can be great, because anybody can serve. – Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Volunteers at Each Prison

Thousands of people volunteer within Washington State Department of Corrections Prisons each year. As of April, 2017:

Prison Facility Number of Volunteers
Airway Heights Corrections Center 196
Clallam Bay Corrections Center 220
Coyote Ridge Corrections Center 225
Larch Corrections Center 103
Mission Creek Corrections Center for Women 158
Monroe Correctional Complex 721
Olympic Corrections Center 20
Stafford Creek Corrections Center 212
Washington Corrections Center 175
Washington Corrections Center for Women 700
Washington State Penitentiary 271
Service

Volunteers generously donate their time to various inmate programs like:

  • Substance abuse treatment
  • Learning yoga
  • Training service animals
  • Education

For more information on how to volunteer: doc.wa.gov/corrections/programs/volunteer.htm

Sources
  1. Data provided by Community Partnership Program specialists at each facility
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