HabiJax accepts some volunteers who have been adjudicated to complete community service by the court for the offenses listed below. Court-ordered volunteers must get approval prior to registering or we will not be able to provide you with documentation of hours completed.
Accepted Offenses: Contempt of Court – Child Support, Contempt of Court – Any, Driving with no License, Driving w/ no or expired registration/tags, Driving w/ suspended license, DUI, Public Disturbance, Reckless Driving, Feeling or Eluding Officer, Gathering w/o a Permit, Passing Worthless Checks, Resisting Arrest, Traffic Violation- Civil, Trespassing, Truancy, Perjury, Possession of Open Container.
If you are interested in volunteering with HabiJax to complete court-ordered Community Service hours, please contact the Community Engagement Manager and provide the following documents: 1) A copy of a valid form of ID, and 2) A copy of your court paperwork that includes your charges, the hours required and your case number.
Important note: Please allow up to three (3) business days to receive approval of your Court-Ordered Community Service. Habitat for Humanity of Jacksonville does not accept all court-ordered offenses and reserves the right to decline court-ordered community service volunteers.
Contact Us to email your paperwork and request approval.