Our partnership with Atlantic Marine Corps Communities At Tri-Command provides housing for active-duty members and their families, active-duty bachelors (roommates and geographic bachelors), DoD civilians and military retirees assigned to Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island, Beaufort Naval Hospital and Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort.
Active Duty Families Applying For Housing
When applying for housing, active-duty members should fax or email a copy of the housing package. In addition, send the detaching or web orders and dependency application (from your service record book). If you were previously married and have been awarded custody of your child or children more than six months out of a year, you must also supply custody papers in addition to your application. All other categories of applicants (i.e. active-duty bachelors, Department of Defense civilians and military retirees) must call for current application information.
When your application has been received and housing is immediately available, your information will be referred to the Public Private Venture partner, and they will contact you to establish a move-in date.
Wait times vary depending on the time of year. Short-term rentals while awaiting on-base housing are not readily available. Leases in the local area are typically for a period of six months to one year. If housing is unavailable, your name will be placed on a waiting list using your date of application as your control date. When housing is available, you will be contacted.
Resident Energy Conservation Program
The Department of Defense established a policy to promote energy efficiency in on-base housing and for residents to take responsibility for utility usage. The Department of Navy is implementing the Resident Energy Conservation Program at all Marine Corps Installations. This program transfers responsibility for electricity consumption to the resident. The program is designed to set a reasonable range for normal electricity consumption in housing units.