Please Note:

Due to the overwhelming amount of inquiries we receive and that most defendants in court cases are given a minimum of 90 days to complete their hours as well as based upon a first come first serve basis we do not accept inquiries with due dates of less than 30 days

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Court Ordered Service Hours Volunteer Policy

Samaritan House works with the local court systems as well as other county and state courts to provide opportunities for those sentenced and required to complete court ordered community service hours.

Below is the Samaritan House Court Ordered Service Hours Volunteer Policy that applies to all those signing up to complete their court ordered service hours. Please read this policy thoroughly as well as the Samaritan House Volunteer Policy before signing up to complete your court ordered service hours.

Also as part of our policy, we may run a criminal background check before approval to volunteer is granted and scheduled.


Samaritan House works with local courts as well as other county and state courts to offer opportunities for those sentenced to community service hours, it is up to each community service volunteer to maintain and complete their required hours and to do so in a professional and respectful manner.

Once a community service volunteer completes his/her required service hours or is discharged before completion, they will be provided a letter verifying the hours they have completed.

Those volunteering for court ordered community service MUST show up for any scheduled time they agree to and MUST sign in and sign out in the Volunteer Log Book. If a community service volunteer cannot make a prior scheduled time, they are to call Samaritan House to advise them of the change. If a community service volunteer fails to notify Samaritan House Volunteer Coordinator of any changes, the volunteer may be discharged from future service.

All other volunteer policies apply to court ordered service volunteers and must be followed at all times.

Check here if you accept these terms.


For 6 years now, Samaritan House has displayed our Crutch Tree in front of our facility. This year we have chosen to decorate it in red to honor the Charlotte Fire Department and MEDIC as well as fire departments and first responders from all over. Charlotte Fire along with MEDIC has responded to our facility many times over the years and each time they show our guests in need true compassion and professionalism each and every time.
Samaritan House and our staff and guests would like to wish the Charlotte Fire Department, MEDIC and the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department a safe, joyous and happy holidays.

For the complete history of the Samaritan House Crutch Tree, visit

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