This report highlights the lack of effective services for pregnant women who are experiencing homelessness and housing insecurity in the city of Melbourne, Australia. This qualitative research involved a cohort of 14 women between the ages of 20-36; 2/3 of these women report problematic alcohol/and or drug use; ½ have a history of mental illness. The women from diverse backgrounds, recount their experiences of pregnancy, abortion, miscarriage, childbirth, and parenting during periods of homelessness, insecure housing, living in cars, residing in supported accommodation including refuges and rehabilitation facilities. The report details the negative impacts of insecure housing on the physical and mental health and well being of women and their children and pregnancies. The research cohort also includes 41 members of staff from a range of services providing support to women experiencing housing crisis.