Did you have an attorney assisting you through the process when you were originally charged? If so, you may want to call your former attorney to see if they can assist you further. If not, ultimately the decision on what punishment you receive, if any, will depend on the discretion of the Judge. Were you summonsed to court for a probation violation? If so, and if you didn't have an attorney assisting you the first time through, you should request to be screened for a court appointed attorney to assist you with your probation violation. An attorney will be in the best position to assist you through this process and present your case in a compelling manner to the Court. There is a chance the court could convert your community service time to jail and/or work crew, but there is also a chance that (s)he could just reassign all unmet conditions and give you another chance. It is ultimately the Judge's call.
Jeff Holmes - Attorney at Law - firstname.lastname@example.org - 360.975.9288. Disclaimer: This answer does not constitute legal advice. This information is based on general principles of law, as well as my general experience that may or may not relate to your specific situation. This information is not meant to take the place of actually consulting an Attorney in your jurisdiction. If you would like legal advice, I would recommend consulting an attorney in your locale.
I agree with the other answer, but I would also suggest that you check with the court to ensure that no violation hearing was set, and to give the court an updated mailing address, if you have not done so already. If a hearing is set, you need to know about it, and you will need to show up and deal with this. It will just get worse if you miss it.
You have good mitigating circumstances to give you time however there are problems that have been your fault in not getting this done in a timely fashion so you could be looking at jail time if the Judge is feed-up with your lack of due diligence. Good Luck.