Unaccompanied Housing - Naval Hospital
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We are committed to offering you the finest quality Unaccompanied Housing (UH) services and accommodations during your tour of duty here in the great Northwest.
Our mission is to provide you with a “Home away from home”. We are here to ensure you have safe, clean, secure and comfortable accommodations.
Please contact the Unaccompanied Housing office with your questions, concerns, or maintenance issues. Available 24/7:
Front Desk: 360-475-4334
Building Manager: 360-315-7679
After Working Hours Duty Manager: 360-340-2297
Submit an online Maintenance Request →
A Resident Advisor (RA) is an E-5 to E-9 single sailor or Geographical Bachelor (GB) who lives in Unaccompanied Housing (UH) and provides a senior presence for mentoring and counseling of junior sailors residing in UH. The RA program is designed to assist in maintaining good order and discipline and will assist in enforcing UH policy.
Become a Resident Advisor (RA)
Benefits to being a RA:
- Leadership Opportunity - Become a role model for junior service members, help to facilitate a "community" concept.
- Private Room - RA's get their own room, where available.
- Boost Your Career - Look great on performance evaluations! Be in a highly visible role, helping others to adapt to military life.
Contact your local Unaccompanied Housing Building Manager to apply!
Housing Service Center
The Navy Housing Service Center (HSC) is your first stop to receive information on housing options and community resources. Our centers offer a wide variety of referral services for you, including information on the local community and surrounding areas. We can also assist you with finding off-base housing. Whether you are just arriving, preparing to move away, or changing residences, we have ways to help.
Basic Allowance for Housing (BAH)
The Basic Allowance for Housing (BAH) is a U.S. based allowance prescribed by geographic duty location, pay grade, and dependency status. It provides uniformed Service members equitable housing compensation based on housing costs in local civilian housing markets within the United States.