The Minnesota Department of Human Services provides Minnesotans with a variety of services intended to help people live as independently as possible.
Volunteers are needed on an ongoing basis at Forensic Treatment Services in St. Peter.
Forensic Treatment Services consists of statewide programs providing evaluation and treatment to individuals involved with the legal system due to a crime. These programs serve:
Forensic Treatment Services volunteer opportunities (PDF) (DHS-6577) include overseeing the trading post for patients and State Hospital Museum tours, arranging intern and volunteer registration and serving as a liaison to the volunteer council. The trading post provides clothing and miscellaneous donated items to meet patients' emergency needs and serves as a thrift shop open for patients.
The volunteer council is a board of directors that administers donated funds for patients’ needs.
The campus is located at:
100 Freeman Drive
St. Peter, MN 56082