Glen Helen Rehabilitation Center Inmate Bail & Bonds

Glen Helen Rehabilitation Center

Address:
18000 West Institution Road
Devore, CA 92407

Phone:

909-473-3689

San Bernardino County Announces a Major Bail Bond Change - January 4, 2023

Effective in 2023 all California and San Bernardino County judges will conider the following factors when setting an offender's bond:

  • The nature and circumstances of the offense
  • The defendant's record of previous convictions
  • The defendant's past record of appearance in court after being admitted to bail
  • The defendant's family ties
  • The defendant's employment record
  • The defendant's financial resources
  • The defendant's character and mental condition
  • The defendant's community ties

Find out an inmate's bond by looking them up on the Glen Helen Rehabilitation Center Inmate Roster, or by calling 909-473-3689.

Who do I call to find out the Bond for an Inmate?

Please call the jail at 909-473-3689 for the type of bond and any information that is required for a particular individual at Glen Helen Rehabilitation Center.
A bond is set according to a court-approved schedule.
The purpose of the bond is to assure the offender's appearance in court.

Instructions on how to post Bail or Bond in San Bernardino County

Because San Bernardino County and California can change their bail bond procedures, it is always best to call either the jail or the court directly after an arrestee has been booked. Go directly to the San Bernardino County Jail and Court pages here to find the phone number you need for this information.

Ask the jail or court representative these specific questions:

  1. Is the defendant eligible for bail or a bond?
  2. How much will the bail or bond be?
  3. Where do I go to pay it?
  4. Are there any days or times of the day or night when I cannot post bail?
  5. What types of payment are allowed? Cash? Money order? Credit card? What types of credit cards? Property or other collateral? Surety bonds?
  6. Do I have to use a bail or bond agent?

If you feel the bail is too high and you wish to get it reduced, contact a lawyer or the defendant's public defender and get them to look into what they can do to get a bail reduction.

Option 1 - How to Post Bail using Cash for a Defendant at Glen Helen Rehabilitation Center

The first option, a cash bond, is to pay the full bail amount in cash, cashier's check, or money order. Personal Checks are not accepted.

Depending on the crime, this amount could be anywhere from $100 to $75,000 or more.

To pay a cash bond, go to Glen Helen Rehabilitation Center or to the court where the bail hearing occurred. Going directly to the jail will quicken the release of the defendant as any bail paperwork processed at the court will have to be transferred to the jail.

Cashier's Checks and Money Orders may be made out to Glen Helen Rehabilitation Center where the defendant is being held, but usually to the San Bernardino County Sheriff's Office or to the San Bernardino County Court.

To purchase money orders visit any Western Union, Moneygram or Post Office.

Option 2 - How to Post a Private or Surety Bond for a Defendant at Glen Helen Rehabilitation Center

In the event that someone does not have the full bond amount available to him or her, there is what is called a private bond or surety bond.

This is an agreement made with a bail agent or bondsman who will post the full bail amount. In return, the defendant and/or cosigner will pay a premium to the bail agent. This premium will be 10-15% of the full bail amount.

For example, if bail is posted at $5,000, then the premium will cost approximately $500-$750.

A bail agent will often require some form of collateral, for example, a lien on a house, a car or jewelry. This is to ensure that if the defendant skips bail, or does not appear in court, the bail agent has some sort of compensation for the full bail amount being paid.

Remember, by making an agreement with a bail agent the signatory takes responsibility for paying the full bail amount if the defendant does not appear in court.

Option 3 - How to Post a Property Bond for a Defendant at Glen Helen Rehabilitation Center

If you are a landowner in San Bernardino County you may be able to post a property bond. Property within San Bernardino County may be used as collateral to bail someone out. All owners of the property must be present to sign the bond in order for this to happen.

To find if property located outside of San Bernardino County can be used as collateral, call a local bail or bond agent or contact a defense lawyer.

Click here for additional information on how to post bail at Glen Helen Rehabilitation Center.

Who can post Bail or Bond for a Defendant at Glen Helen Rehabilitation Center?

Anyone over the age of 18 who can produce a valid government-issued photo ID can post bail. Accepted forms of ID include a Photo Driver's License, Passport, or Motor Vehicle issued ID.

In many circumstances, if the defendant has the resources, they can post their own cash bail from jail.

Surety Bonds are arranged by a third party, typically a California state licensed Bail Bond firm.

Juveniles may only be bailed or bonded out of custody by a parent or legal guardian.

When will the Cash Bail or Collateral be returned to me?

Money or collateral will not be returned until the defendant's court case is finished, so realistically it could take several months to years, depending on the severity of the charges. If a defendant posts his or her own bail, San Bernardino County Court may retain whatever amount of fines or fees have accumulated throughout the trial.

What happens to my Bail or Collateral if the Defendant misses Court?

The Judge may order a failure to appear warrant for the person's arrest or the Judge may order a Bail Commissioner's Letter be issued that will be sent to the person with a new court date.

If cash bail was paid, the entire amount may be forfeited.

How does an Inmate at Glen Helen Rehabilitation Center Make Phone Calls?

Inmates at Glen Helen Rehabilitation Center are allowed to make collect calls or direct calls paid for with prepaid phone cards they can purchase from commissary. The typical cost for a direct call using a phone card is approximately $0.21 per minute.

Family and friends cannot call an inmate, leave messages, send a text, send an email, or leave a voicemail.  The only way you are going to communicate with an inmate is either by them calling you, or you visiting them. If they have cash on them when they are arrested it will be credited to their commissary account.

You can deposit money for the inmate to purchase phone cards in several ways. You must have the inmate's Booking Number to have any of these deposits credited to their account.

  • Depositing money only with Touchpay Deposit Services.
  • Depositing money at the the Glen Helen Rehabilitation Center Lobby Kiosk.  Visa, Mastercard and Cash only.
  • Bringing a money order to the the Glen Helen Rehabilitation Center. US Postal Service or Western Union money orders only.
  • Mailing a money order to the the Glen Helen Rehabilitation Center. US Postal Service or Western Union money orders only.
    Inmate's Name and Booking Number
    Glen Helen Rehabilitation Center
    18000 Institution Road
    P.O. Box 9490
    Devore, CA 92407

For complete information on communicating with an inmate using the phone, how much time they can spend on the phone, how much it costs, and more... check out our Inmate Phone page.


 

How, What and Where can you Mail Something to an Inmate in Glen Helen Rehabilitation Center?

Envelopes
The Glen Helen Rehabilitation Center allows regular envelopes to be mailed to inmates. You can send up to 10 photos at a time. There are a large number of restictions that are oulined on the Inmate Mail page. Read all these restrictions completely or it is likely your inmate will never receive your letter.

Envelopes MUST be mailed to the following address:
Inmate's Name and Booking Number
Glen Helen Rehabilitation Center
18000 Institution Road
P.O. Box 9490
Devore, CA 92407


Newspapers, Magazines & Books
Local or national newspapers, news, special interest or sports magazines, and soft cover books may also be mailed to the inmate as long as they are mailed directly from the publisher or a third party service such as Amazon or Barnes & Noble.


All newspapers, magazines and books are to be shipped to:
Inmate's Name and Booking Number
Glen Helen Rehabilitation Center
18000 Institution Road
P.O. Box 9490
Devore, CA 92407

Care Packages
You can only send a care package of commissary items from
icaregifts.

For complete mail policies of what is allowed and what is NOT allowed, pertaining to inmate mail, newspapers, magazines, books or anything else mailed or shipped to an inmate, check out out Inmate Mail Page. 


 

How to Deposit Money into an Inmate's Account in Glen Helen Rehabilitation Center

To deposit money into the account of an inmate in San Bernardino County, follow these instructions:

  • Create an account with Touchpay Services, a GTL company.
  • Select California.
  • Select Glen Helen Rehabilitation Center
  • Enter the Inmate ID of your inmate.  This can be found by calling 909-473-3689 or by looking up the inmate's name in the Inmate Search link.
  • Enter your billing information and send money.
  • You can also deposit cash using the kiosk at the Glen Helen Rehabilitation Center.  To do this you need the Inmate's ID Number and the Facility Locator Number for San Bernardino County.

For all the information you need regarding making an inmate deposit, what it costs, how much you can send, how long it takes for your inmate to receive funds and more, and to get the Facility Locator Number, check out our Send Money Page.


 

How to Send a Carepack Commissary Package Directly to an Inmate in San Bernardino County

To send a commissary carepack (food, snacks and goods) directly to an inmate in Glen Helen Rehabilitation Center follow these steps:

  • Register here to create an account with icaregifts for San Bernardino County.
  • Choose California, then Glen Helen Rehabilitation Center, and then the products you want shipped to them, and input your payment method. 
  • NOTE: There may be a limit on how much product you can send your inmate in San Bernardino County at any one time.
  • There are a total of fourteen (14) pre-determined icaregift packs available to choose from. 
  • The gift packs for inmates in San Bernardino County range in price from $10.49 for ten pre-stamped envelopes, 2 pens and a pad of writing paper, to $104.99 for a box of 85 snack and food items.

For all information, tips and available items for shipping Commissary packages to an inmate in Glen Helen Rehabilitation Center, as well as sending money to the inmate so that they can purchase their own items, check out our Commissary Instructions Page for San Bernardino County.


 

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