Family Promise of Hall County (FPHC) reserves the right to deny any individual seeking court-ordered community service hours the opportunity to volunteer with the organization based on the nature, type, and/or specifics of their offense. Applicants will be approved or denied based on their offense(s). However, it is also the policy of this organization to provide equal opportunities without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, gender, sexual preference, age, or disability.
FPHC does not accept volunteers for community service who are being charged, pleading guilty to, or having been found guilty of, certain serious/violent offenses including but not limited to:
Assault and/or Battery
Aggravated Assault (assault with a weapon)
Other applicants will be considered on a case-by-case basis.
Court-Ordered Community Service Process: Potential volunteers must submit the following documentation via email or in person in order to be approved for court-ordered community service with Family Promise of Hall County: paperwork from probation officer, court, or attorney stating the individual’s name, specific offense(s) committed, number of hours required, time limit to complete court-ordered hours, and the name and contact information of the probation officer or attorney. Volunteers who have been approved must supply a timesheet provided by the court at the time of volunteering, to be completed by the appropriate FPHC staff member.
To schedule court-ordered community service, please contact Olivia Paul, the Marketing & Volunteer Engagement Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 770-535-0786.
Family Promise of Hall County, Inc. 3606 McEver Road Oakwood, GA 30566 770-535-0786