Accounts / Canteen

Inmate Accounts and Canteen

Canteen
Commissary (Canteen) orders are available to inmates housed at the St. Lucie County Jail.  A private contractor provides this service.  An inmate’s personal account can not be discussed with anyone except the inmate and he/she is provided with the means to request information on their account.  Canteen deliveries are made weekly throughout the facility from Tuesday morning through Friday evening.
 
iCare - is no longer available as of August 9th, 2013
 
Money
All money is receipted and deposited in an inmate’s individual account upon entry into the facility.  These funds may be used for purchasing commissary items and will be used for any expenses incurred (booking fee, subsistence fee, self-initiated and non-emergency medical care). For funding an inmate account read below about "TOUCHPAY"
 
Inmate Accounts

Fund an Inmate Account

  • Fast and Convenient Ways
  • 24-Hour / 7 Days a Week Account Funding
  • Using Visa / Mastercard * Debit Card * Electronic Check or Cash (At Kiosk only)
We do not accept Money Orders or Cashier's Checks; if received they will be returned to sender.
 
You must have the information below to fund an account
  • Facility Locator No. 234901
  • St. Lucie County, FL
  • Inmate ID No.
  • Inmate Name
Three Easy Ways to Fund an Account

Kiosk

Located at the St. Lucie County Jail

Telephone

  1. Call 1-866-232-1899 (Toll Free)
  2. Have available Visa / MasterCard (credit or debit) or personal checking account information
  3. Follow voice prompts
  4. Completed transactions will receive a confirmation number

Internet

  1. Go to touchpayonline.com
  2. Have available Visa / MasterCard (credit or debit) or personal checking account information
  3. Follow on-screen prompts
  4. Completed transactions will receive a confirmation number.
  5. You need to have an email address for receipt
There is a convenience fee to use this system.
 
Billing and Checking account statements will show either Touchpay Direct or Correctional Payment Services as payee
 
All deposits made to an inmate account will first satisfy the intake/booking fee.  After satisfying the intake/booking fee, then half of the total deposit will go toward any outstanding debt such as the daily subsistence fees, or prior fees incurred, and any amount of the deposit remaining after that will then be available for canteen purchases.
 
If you have any questions, you can contact our Inmate Account Provider, Aramark, Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. through 3 p.m. at (772) 462-3490.