Court Ordered Community Service Policy

Habitat for Humanity of South Palm Beach County offers a unique partnership for individuals who are seeking to demonstrate responsibility and accountability to fulfill your Court Ordered Community Service. In order to assure a positive experience for both Staff and Volunteers, please read the following policy, program requirements and responsibilities.
PLEASE READ THIS ENTIRE SECTION TO FAMILIARIZE YOURSELF WITH THE PROCESS BEFORE SUBMITTING AN APPLICATION FOR COURT ORDERED COMMUNITY SERVICE.

IMPORTANT:
Volunteer assignment cannot begin prior to submitting a completed application and obtaining a written approval from our office. Any volunteer hours completed with Habitat for Humanity prior to receiving an approval will NOT be eligible to fulfill court ordered community service hours. 

If approved:

To request your Community Service Verification Letter at the completion of your hours, click here.

Termination :

Habitat for Humanity of South Palm Beach County reserves the right to terminate agreement for court ordered community service at will. Habitat for Humanity expects the same standards of professional work, punctuality and appropriate behavior representing Habitat’s mission and image in the community from any Court Ordered Community Service Volunteer as it does from Staff. Any unproductive, disruptive, or in any other way negative behavior that impacts the accomplishment of the daily goals will result in termination.

Court Ordered Community Service Application

To avoid delays in processing, please do not leave any questions unanswered.  If it does not apply, put N/A.