Kiwis great Vatuvei was sentenced to three years and seven months imprisonment last year for importing and supplying a class A drug.
He appeared before the Parole Board yesterday and parole was granted, he will be released on May 31st.
Warriors chief executive Cameron George said they acknowledge the 37 year old had made some bad decisions and they don't condone them, but his experiences could be learned from.
George says it's a part-time voluntary role to help deliver programmes to young players around careers and best choices.
"It's part of his rehabilitation which Manu has to lead and we're just a part of many aspects as to how he can get back in and engage with the community."
George says Vatuvei won't be involved directly with the NRL club, he will rather help in their well-being programmes that they deliver around New Zealand in different communities.
"We will use Manu to tell his story to future athletes to make sure that they learn from his lessons and Manu can tell his story that can hopefully steer those kids into bright futures.
"This is a time of need for Manu and if we can provide a little bit of assistance to get him back to where he needs to be, we'll do that."
George confirmed that they were a part of the parole process.
"We provided a letter (to the parole board) of how we could help, along with many other people and organisations, to help with his rehabilitation
In February last year Vatuvei was sentenced to three years and seven months in prison for importing at least $200,000 of methamphetamine from India.
Between 2004 and 2017, Vatuvei played 14 seasons for the Warriors and scored 152 tries over 226 games.
He was nicknamed "the Beast" and became the first player in NRL history to complete the feat of scoring 10 tries or more in 10 consecutive seasons in 2015.
In 2019 he had success in Dancing with the Stars, winning the series with dance partner Loryn Reynolds.