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Addressing Drug and Alcohol Misuse: The Surgeon General's Vision

The Surgeon General’s Report on Alcohol, Drugs, and Health is the first ever by this office to examine evidence-based strategies for addressing alcohol and drug misuse and substance use disorders. Abt Associates provided key support to the report. 

Bold Thinkers Series: Infectious Disease Pandemics

Abt Associates and distinguished speakers discussed the causes and consequences of infectious disease pandemics in this, the fifth in an Abt-sponsored series of discussions. Click to watch videos of the event.


Evaluating International Programs: Answering the Toughest Questions 

For more than 50 years, Abt Associates has conducted hundreds of cutting-edge evaluations, both domestically and abroad, to provide clients with actionable insights based on evidence. Our combination of evaluation experts and subject-area specialists allows us to provide richer insights for our clients. 

New Effort to Reduce Bullying among America's Youth

Abt Associates will lead a $1.7 million project from the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) to reduce the trauma and long-term harmful effects of bullying.

Strengthening Malawi's Health System through Better Financing, Supervision, and Technology

Abt Associates, a leader in health systems strengthening for decades, continued to build on that reputation in Malawi through a project that strengthened Malawi’s health care system through new and improved policies, more effective management and leadership, and increased fiscal responsibility.

What Helps Families who are Experiencing Homelessness?

The three-year impacts report from the Family Options study shows that long-term housing subsidies are the most effective method to help families who are experiencing homelessness. Along with HUD and other partners, Abt Associates followed more than 2,000 families across the U.S. to provide experimental evidence on what works best.

Abt Perspectives Blog

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The Global Progress on HIV and AIDS and the Work That Remains

Despite - and in some ways because of - the success in South Africa and worldwide in the fight against AIDS, much work and many challenges remain.

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Upcoming Conferences

  • Abt Staff at the Connected Health Conference
    Dec 11 - Dec 14, 2016

    Abt Associates staff will participate in presentations at the 2016 Connected Health Conference. This year's theme is "Personal Connected Health for All: Expanding Reach, Accelerating Impact."
    Learn more about this event.
  • 2016 Society for Risk Analysis Annual Meeting
    Dec 11 - Dec 15, 2016

    Abt Associates staff will present at the 2016 Society for Risk Analysis (SRA) Annual Meeting. The theme this year is "Risk and Resilience: Viva la Revolucion!"
    Learn more about this event.

Questions We're Addressing

Will a Payment Change Lead to Better Cancer Care?

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Is Affordable Housing Being Built in High-Opportunity Neighborhoods?

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The Comments Are In. Now What?

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How Prepared for Zika are Countries in Latin America and the Caribbean?

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Can Natural Infrastructure Enhance Coastal Resilience?

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HUD Secretary Praises Study for Establishing Evidence on Ways to Reduce Homelessness  Learn More >
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Report: What are U.S. Communities Doing to Adapt to Climate Change?  Learn More >
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Q&A: How is HealthRise Filling the Gaps in Chronic Disease Care?  Learn More >
PATHS2: Transforming the Nigerian Health System  Learn More >