Glen Helen Rehabilitation Center

Glen Helen Rehabilitation Center
18000 Institution Road
Devore, CA 92407
Phone: 909-473-1761

Inmate Visiting Appointments
Tuesday through Saturday: 8 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.

The Glen Helen Rehabilitation Center run by the San Bernardino Sheriff’s Deaprtment. The jail is located on a 9-acre plot of land. The rehab facility holds both male and female defendants. The Glen Helen facility can hold a maximum of  1,204 inmates at one time. Currently the Captain’s position is being held by Bill Lenew.

Glen Helen jail primarily houses sentenced inmates, so bail bonds at Glen Helen are rarely needed. However, if you have questions, concerns or would like to secure a Glen Helen bail bond, please call Tonya Page Bail Bonds right away.

24×7 Bail Bonds for Glen Helen Jail

When someone you know has been arrested and taken to jail in Glen Helen you’ll need help obtaining bail bonds for the Glen Helen Rehabilitation Center. By contacting out staff you will be assured that your bail bonds process is going in the right direction. We have a professional licensed bail bondsman available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. So whenever you need to make that call, a bondsman is at your service and available all the time. Our bondsman will pay attention to your specific bail bonds details with full confidentiality and work in an effective manner to get your loved one released as soon as possible.

We accept many forms of payment including all major credit cards and we are completely against any hidden fees. Helping and providing excellent customer service is our top priority. 

When you need help with bail bonds for the Glen Helen Rehabilitation Center, please contact us today via our toll free number at 1-877-861-3761.

Bail Bond Responsibilities

Bail bonds serve as a guarantee for the contract signer (called the “indemnitor”), the licensed bail bondsman, and the court of law. The contract is an agreement between all parties that the accused will appear in court at the expected date. If for some reason the defendant does not appear in court at the expected date, the bondsman and the indemnitor are responsible to get the defendant into court. Generally, this is taken care of with a simple phone call.

If you are planning on bailing someone out of jail you will want to know all the details and exactly how the bail bond process works. 

For further questions and specific concerns about the bail bond process, or to start a Glen Helen Rehabilitation Center bail bond, please feel free to call Tonya Page Bail Bonds at 1-877-861-3761.

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