In spite of the fact that using Random Digit Dialing (RDD) telephone samples was the chosen method for carrying out surveys of households for several years, declining response and coverage rates have made researchers examine alternative approaches. Utilizing Address-Based Sampling (ABS) has been under study for sampling the general population and subgroups, most often with the help of mail or invitations to web surveys. For surveying scarce groups, these studies tend to include multiple stages to reach eligible population individuals and then compile responses. We offer a description of a new approach for surveying scarce subgroups via ABS with a single-phase mail survey. The study covers a new technique for utilizing a list frame with the ABS frame to increase the yield of the subgroup of interest while avoiding a potential bias inherent in many dual-frame survey designs. The findings show that the new approach is adequate and effective for laying hands on and measuring a rare population.