San Bernardino County Glen Helen Rehabilitation Center – Female Inmate Locator

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Jail Name: San Bernardino County Glen Helen Rehabilitation Center – Female
Jail Category: County Jail
Jail State: California
Jail County: San Bernardino
City: Devore
Number of beds: 326
Facility Address:
18000 West Institution Road
PO Box 9490
Postal Code: CA 92407
Email: Inmate's Name, Booking Number Glen Helen Rehabilitation Center 18000 West Institution Road, PO Box 9490 Devore, CA 92407
Fax: Glen Helen Rehabilitation: 909-473-2581 Public Defender: 909-382-7660
Additional information:
San Bernardino County Detention & Corrections
San Bernardino Sheriff
San Bernardino Criminal Court

San Bernardino County Glen Helen Rehabilitation Center – Female is located at 18000 West Institution Road PO Box 9490, in San Bernardino, California and has the capacity of 326 beds. If you need information on bonds, visitation, inmate calling, mail, inmate accounts, commissary or anything else, you can call the facility at Phone Number: 909-708-8371 Glen Helen Rehabilitation: 909-473-3689 Inmate Info: 909-350-2476 SB County Jail Visits: 909-887-0364 Sheriff: 909-350-2476 San Bernardino Police: 909-383-5311 Criminal Court: 909-384-1888 Bail: 909-350-2476 District Attorney: 909-382-3669 Adult Probation: 909-387-5841 Juvenile Probation: 909-383-2700 Juvenile Court: 909-269-8840 Public Defender: 909-382-7639 Anonymous Crime Tips: 800-782-7463 Mental Illness Arrest: 909-350-2476 Volunteers: 909-387-0641 or send a fax at Glen Helen Rehabilitation: 909-473-2581 Public Defender: 909-382-7660.
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San Bernardino County Glen Helen Rehabilitation Center – Female Inmates – Information and Programs

Glen Helen Rehabilitation Center is part of the San Bernardino County jail system. The facility houses male and female offenders and spans about nine acres.  Three housing units are dedicated to female inmates that are awaiting trial or serving county sentences.  Initially, Glen Helen Rehabilitative Center opened in 1988.  In 2003, the Maximum Security Unit was added.  The facility has a maximum capacity of 326 female offenders.  Luckily the average number of female offenders housed daily is only about 250.

Some of the sentenced female offenders have the opportunity to take specified classes which may lead to them becoming qualified for the San Bernardino County work release program.  During the work release program offenders are able to do work for the county (sanitation/up keep of county buildings and parks) or return to previous employment while using their non-working hours to re-establish connections with family or doing community service work.  Offenders must remain on an electronic monitor for the duration of their work release program.  The monitor costs $15 per day which is to be paid for by the offender, but if she is unable to pay for her monitor, this does not automatically disqualify her for work release.

Fire fighter training is also available at Glen Helen Rehabilitation Center, and this training extends to the female offenders as well as the males.  In November of 2015, Glen Helen Rehabilitation Center had the first female fire crew graduate from fire camp training.  This was the first offender work crew of its kind in the state of California. The fire fighter training camp is an 8 acre facility in San Bernardino County.  The program first began with a partnership between the Sheriff’s Department and San Bernardino County Fire Department in an effort to allow inmates to spend their time in a more productive manner.  Offenders are able to complete the program early in their sentence in order to have time to serve on the fire crews to feel a sense of accomplishment and purpose.

Also located at Glen Helen Rehabilitation Center is the Inmate Services Unit which serves all county inmates (about 5,000 total offenders).  This unit provides GED classes, specialized classes for job training purposes, vocational training courses, substance abuse courses, and more. The Inmate Services Unit supports the county’s mission to lower the offender population in San Bernardino County to keep overcrowding and lack of resources at bay.

In 2015 San Bernardino County was under investigation for the mistreatment of gay and bisexual inmates.  These inmates requested to enroll in the substance abuse rehabilitation program at Glen Helen Rehabilitation Center but were denied because San Bernardino County would not allow them to be housed at the facility. Instead these offenders had to work through a self-study, journaling-based rehabilitation program that did not count toward consideration of time off their sentences.

 

Phone Number: 909-708-8371

Facility Visiting Hours

Facility Visiting Hours: Tuesday – Saturday 8am to 5:30 pm

To schedule a visit call: 909-887-0364

San Bernardino County Inmate Locator:
http://web.sbcounty.gov/sheriff/bookingsearch/bookingsearch.aspx


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