Senior Citizens Opportunity for Personal Endeavor

Our mission is to inspire, strengthen, and enrich adult lives in Trumbull County.

Senior Citizens Opportunity for Personal Endeavor (SCOPE) assists older persons (50+) in maintaining their independence and being part of the community. We provide senior adults with daily recreational activities, educational events, lunch, socialization, and fitness programs.

SCOPE also has a supportive services division for Trumbull’s retired and elderly population. This division provides social work and counseling, a traveling food pantry and grocery deliveries to homebound seniors, prescription assistance and Medicaid/Medicare counsel, and an emergency assistance program. SCOPE also offers free income tax assistance through AARP during the months of February through April each year, serving over 2,000 clients through this program alone.

SCOPE offers a wide variety of choices for seniors ranging from nutrition, health, and exercise programs to social events, in a clean, safe environment for older adults to convene and enjoy life with dignity.

PHONE : 330-399-8846
ADDRESS: 375 N. Park Ave., Warren, Ohio 44481
Volunteer next to senior served by SCOPE.


SCOPE offers social and recreational activities to all Trumbull County residents ages 50 and better. We operate six senior centers throughout Trumbull County in Cortland, Hartville, Howland, Newton Falls, Niles, and Warren.


153 Grove St. Cortland, OH 44410
P: 330.980.5363


1244 Lauren Crest St. SE Hartville, OH 44632
P: 330.433.3140


8273 High St., Warren, OH 44484
P: 330.609.7806


220 West Liberty St., Hubbard, OH 44425
P: 330.534.3812

Newton Falls

612 West Broad St. Newton Falls, OH
P: 330.306.9577


14 East State St., Niles, OH 44446
P: 330.574.2888


375 N. Park Ave., Warren, Ohio 44481

P: 330.399.8846

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seniors served each year


seniors assisted with income taxes


congregate and home-delivered meals provided


We are always accepting monetary and in-kind donations to support our meals and groceries projects. Volunteers are always welcome.

Volunteers for senior center pose together.

Making An Impact

SCOPE volunteer holding an award.

“I don’t know what I would do without SCOPE. I am a disabled veteran and was just sitting at home, but now I travel to many of the centers for BINGO, Mahjongg, and other activities. I appreciate the fact that the staff has asked me to help out, and I now volunteer at many of SCOPE’s fundraising events. My life is now totally changed for the better.”

– Kathy Lee, 2021 Trumbull County Volunteer of the Year