The CROP Organization is seeking community volunteers to assist in the development of their in-prison operations.  The need is great and the work is demanding – but fulfilling.  In these times of lean fiscal dollars and court-ordered reforms, the CDCR needs help. Currently, CROP is working to establish a volunteer network to support the CROP in-prison operations. Below are the types of volunteers and professionals who are in greatest need:

  • AOD Substance Abuse Counselors
  • Mental Health Professionals
  • Social Workers
  • Professors, instructors and teachers of all varieties
  • Clergy of all denominations
  • Community Leaders
  • College Students and Interns
  • Non-profits
  • Business People

If you are interested in becoming a volunteer or would like more information about volunteering opportunities please contact us here: [Contact Us]

Remember prisoners are your friends, families and neighbors – and it takes  a community effort to help them begin to make restitution while they are in prison. CROP would greatly appreciate your help and support.