Pregnant women who are homeless face an increased inability to access health care, particularly pregnancy care.
This in turn creates immediate and long-lasting harm to women and their child’s health and wellbeing, their ability to bond and care for their child, and keep them safe. For many, the inability to find suitable housing prior to birth will result in the removal of their baby from their care.
The Pregnancy and Homelessness Network Coordinating group is conducting research into how services respond to pregnant women affected by homelessness.
Please complete their short survey. It should take around 5 minutes, and your insights will assist with the group’s policy and advocacy work.
All responses will be confidential, and any information shared will be de-identified.