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This study examines how housing and in-home supports affect public spending on individuals with chronic mental illness in Maricopa County, Arizona.
This analysis shows that Arizona continues on a path of unsustainable groundwater use that threatens the health and welfare of our state. It is not too late for a course correction, but that will require that Arizonans face the truth and make bold choices.
Arizonans are facing a growing problem: low- and middle-income rental housing has become increasingly unaffordable and scarce in one of the nation’s fastest-growing states. Rent increases have far outpaced inflation and wage growth. This surge in rental prices puts low- and middle-income renters at risk, and many Arizona renters have struggled to keep up. This report identifies and evaluates the availability and affordability challenges facing Arizona renters, analyzes the causes, and discusses potential policy responses.
Water is the foundation of public health, economic opportunity, unique natural areas and quality of life in any community. Much attention has been paid to the sustainable management of water supplies, as well as the responsible investment in the infrastructure that supports the delivery of safe, clean water. In more recent years, issues regarding broad and fair access to safe, clean water in a community—water equity—have come into sharper focus.
Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) are traumatic events such as abuse, neglect, and household dysfunction that occur during childhood. For more than 20 years, researchers and public health officials have studied the impact of adversity on the growth and development of children and the chronic health conditions they develop as adults. This research brief puts a financial cost on the negative health outcomes for some Arizona women who were exposed to ACEs as children.
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For nearly 40 years, Morrison Institute for Public Policy has served as Arizona's premier public policy research organization.
Our dedicated team of professional researchers excels at examining trends, policies and practices.
We've worked with government agencies and nonprofits of all sizes and missions, including direct service organizations and foundations. Our team has been to every corner of Arizona. Over the years, we've learned that investing in research up front saves time, money and headaches later.
We want to help our partners determine what's happening, what's working elsewhere, what people think, and what may be improved. We see our work as a nonpartisan public service.
We conduct interviews, gather and analyze datasets, put polls into the field, assemble focus groups, and bring people together. Plus, we have all of the resources of the nation's most innovative research university at our fingertips.
Kyl Center for Water Policy
The Kyl Center for Water Policy at Morrison Institute promotes research, analysis, collaboration and dialogue to build consensus on sound water stewardship for Arizona and the West.
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