Librarian Files

Community Service—Court Appointed

The Pima County Library system is unable to accept volunteers for court-appointed (or court-remanded) service.

To find volunteer opportunities that will qualify for court-appointed (or court-remanded) service (when a judge requires a person to serve a certain amount of community hours), contact the Volunteer Center at United Way of Tucson and Southern Arizona. You can either call (520) 881-3300, or visit http://www.volunteersoaz.org/. Select the zip codes you are interested in volunteering in. In the menu that says "appropriate for", make sure to check the box for "Court-Ordered Volunteers".

Other organizations that may accept court-ordered volunteers include BICAS, Casa Maria and Habitat for Humanity

BICAS

http://bicas.org/

(520) 628-7950

44 West 6th Street  

Tucson, AZ 85705

Casa Maria

http://www.casamariatucson.org/donate--volunteer.html

(520) 624-0312

401 East 26th

Tucson, AZ 85713

Habitat for Humanity

http://www.habitattucson.org/volunteer/

(520) 326-1217

3501 N. Mountain Ave

Tucson, AZ 85705

Sources:

 "About Us" Habitat for Humanity. http://www.habitattucson.org/about-us/ (accessed July 30, 2013)

"BICAS." BICAS (Bicycle Inter-Community Art and Salvage): non-profit bike repair and recycling collective in Tucson, Arizona. http://bicas.org/ (accessed October 15, 2011).

"Index." Casa Maria. http://www.casamariatucson.org (accessed October 15, 2011).

Research by Pima County Public Library staff. 10/05/2011.

"Volunteer Center." Volunteer Center at United Way of Tucson and Southern Arizona. http://www.volunteersoaz.org/ (accessed June 12, 2013).

 

Article tagged with: community serve, court appointed, court remanded, pima county public library, pcpl, volunteer center of southern arizona,

Last Update: 7-30-2013 12:49pm

<< Back
Pima County Website