Staying at the Camp Lejeune Fisher House

Zachary & Elizabeth Fisher

Bust of Zachary & Elizabeth Fisher

General House Guidelines


Camp Lejeune Fisher House is in continual service to families with wounded, ill, injured members.  In order to make our community living as pleasant and harmonious as possible, please observe the following guidelines.  Your cooperation is essential.

  • Please respect other guests’ property and privacy. 
  • Consideration of your fellow guest at all times is required. Please close doors gently, pick up after yourself, and avoid leaving a mess for other families to clean. 
  • Smoking, alcohol, non prescription drugs or firearms are not permitted inside or on the premises of the Fisher House The violation of this policy will be cause for immediate removal. The Naval Hospital is a non-smoking facility.  Smoking is not permitted in or around the Fisher House.  Please use the designated smoking area if you are inclined to smoke. Candles and incense are not allowed.
  • Quiet Time is from 9:00 pm to 8:00 am.  Keep your TV volume low, kitchen/utility appliances or other machines should not be operated during this time.
  • Children must be supervised at all times.  Babysitting services are not provided at the Fisher House. Due to the importance of this rule, failure to monitor your child (or children) and to clean up after them may lead to removal from the house. Children may not be left alone in the house at any time! Childcare is provided at the Child Care Development Center for a small fee.
  • Do not eat, drink or keep any food in your room.  Food and beverages are not permitted in any room of the house except the kitchen and the dining room. Water is permitted.   
    Sample Bedroom

    Photo of one of the guest rooms within the Camp Lejeune Fisher House

  • Pets are not allowed in or around the Fisher House.  Please report any breakage or malfunctioning of equipment so that we may keep everyone safe and sound.  It’s up to everyone to prevent injuries.


Patient Status

When your family member is discharged from the hospital, you will be required to check out of the Fisher House.  This applies even under the following conditions:

a)  Your patient continues treatment as an outpatient

b)  Your patient is convalescing

c)  Your patient has been transferred to Med-Hold

d)  You are waiting for a MEDVAC flight

Your relocation will enable another family to be accommodated during their crisis. Special consideration will be given to those families dealing with the death of a family member.

 Length of Stay

The intent of the Fisher House is to serve you during a medical crisis. Information and assistance with other housing is available through the Armed Services YMCA, the Naval Hospital and Case Management department. Families arriving on funded orders will be given a five night maximum length of stay. Please use this time to find other lodging. This will help to facilitate those families who are not receiving financial assistance.  We hope to care for as many families as possible.  Your understanding and cooperation is appreciated.

Terminating Your Stay – Termination of your stay will be at the Manager’s discretion.

Reasons for termination include, but are not limited to, the following:

a)  Anger, hostility, or demands for preferential treatment

b)  Damage to house or furnishings

c)  Unreasonable noise or language

d)  Breaking of house rules

e)  Removal of property

f)  Unauthorized use of rooms or unauthorized guests in room

g)  Inappropriate conduct