Court Ordered Community Service Instructions

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Community Service Locations

We have several locations where you can get your community service hours. The easiest way to get location information is to subscribe to our free mailing list on this page. Of course you can cancel anytime.


  • Cook County Courts
  • DuPage County Courts
  • Kendall County
  • Kane County
  • School District 203 and 204


  • Atlanta
  • Marietta

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More Details about our Community Service Programs

What we do is simple. We work with you to help you to get your Community Service Hours done. Our programs are designed to help you get your hours done. No matter what your situation. No matter how many hours you have, we can help you.

When you sign up for our basic program, your information will instantly be sent to our office and you will be assigned to a Community Service Specialist with years of experience in finding Community Service projects at non-profit locations. Your community service specialist will create a time-sheet for you and then they will email you with full instructions for getting hours to fill your time-sheet and help you to get your community service hours complete as quickly as possible. Your specialist will keep in touch with you, listen to your concerns and help you with any special needs. Online projects are available and your specialist will help you to find and complete these as soon as you sign-up.

There is a $35 registration fee to enroll in our basic program and we have a 100% money back guarantee. We also guarantee that we will help you find community service projects that will fit your situation.

Our program is recommended, approved and used by Probation Officers, Judges, Attorneys, and Courts around the country. We have helped hundreds of people to complete their community service hours for the last 8 years. During this time we have created a huge database of non-profit worksites, online work-at-home assignments and other resources for finding community service projects. We also have the time-sheets, letters of completion and other paperwork that is often required by the courts to prove you completed your community service.

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