If you have court-ordered or mandatory community service hours to complete, we’re here to help!

  1. Sign Up: Make sure that you’ve already made an account with First Integrated Community Care Services. If you haven’t done that yet, there’s no need to worry. Creating an account is quick and easy. Go to the signup page below and fill out the form. Remember to accept the terms and conditions before you click submit, and you will be ready to go!
  2. Find a project: The easiest way to start finding service projects is to search our Volunteer Portal. There you can search for open opportunities! If you follow the link above, we’ve already selected the filter for a court-ordered volunteer form to ensure that all the opportunities you see are right for you. From food pantry assistance, Outreach Services First Integrated Community Care Services posts numerous volunteer opportunities in a typical week to help you find something that interests you. Sign up for as many projects as you will attend, and you’re ready to begin serving!
  3. Serve: You’re now ready to get out and serve the ATL community!
    • First, remember to double-check that you’re arriving for your project at the right date and time that you registered for. Many opportunities have multiple time slots, and we want to make sure you’re here for the right one!
    • Also, remember to sign in and sign out for the project because without signing we can’t verify your hours. Verifying your hours is the only way to get a service letter confirming your mandatory service, but we’ll talk more about this in step four.
    • The last thing to do when serving is to have fun! Take advantage of the opportunity to do something good, meet other people, and gain a better understanding of the challenges facing our community.
  4. Request a Service Letter: After completing all your hours, it’s time to request a service letter. First Integrated Community Care Services writes service letters weekly. This is important to know if you are faced with a time-sensitive request. Please plan accordingly. We send certified letters digitally, on First Integrated Community Care Services letterhead, with a signature.


  • When writing service letters, we can only confirm your verified hours of service. We understand that it can be frustrating to wait for hours to be verified, especially if you need them quickly. Please know that it typically takes between 3 and 5 business days for volunteer hours to be verified. If your hours are not verified within that time frame, please reach out to the organization directly. First Integrated Community Care Services cannot verify your hours for projects we don’t manage. If that doesn’t work either, then please reach out to First Integrated Community Caer Services, and we will message the organization directly about getting hours verified.
  • If a mailed letter with a wet ink signature is required, please contact our office for help.