Primary Resource Information & Referral Agencies
These agencies for older adults provide information about local services and resources available for
seniors. If you don’t know where to begin looking, start with these primary outreach, information and
Area Agency on Aging 11, Inc.
(330) 505-2300 or 1-800-686-7367
5555 Youngstown-Warren Road # 2685, Niles 44446
Administers federal and state funds. Develops services for adults age 60+ in Ashtabula, Columbiana,
Mahoning and Trumbull counties. Programs include PASSPORT, Family Caregiver Support, Medicaid
Assisted Living, Long Term Care Ombudsman, Residential Supplemental Service and Senior Olympics.
Help Hotline Crisis Center
211 or (330) 747-2697
Columbiana County, Beloit, East Palestine, Sebring
211 or (330) 424-7767
Western Columbiana County
PO Box 46, Youngstown 44501
Victims of crime Hotline
(330) 747-2696 or 1-800-427-3606
National Suicide Prevention Line
Provides 24-hour-a-day, 365 days a year access to information/referral, telephone counseling and
crisis suicide intervention.
MYCAP – Mahoning–Youngstown Community Action Partnership
101 Federal Plaza E., #200, Youngstown 44503
Home visits to senior residents of Mahoning County to assess/ evaluate their needs. Family Support
Associates offer application assistance for HEAP, Home Energy Services (weatherization) and
Transportation. Golden Buckeye Card sign-up site. Provides important links to other Senior
MYCAP Rural Services Center
(330) 938-6166 or 1-800-664-7890
305 N. 15th St., Sebring 44672
Sebring, Beloit, Lake Milton, North Benton, East Alliance, Ellsworth, Goshen and Greene Twp. HEAP,
Homestead applications, home weatherization program and transport. Free blood pressure clinic, 10
a.m.–noon the 4th Tues. of the month. Delivery of groceries to shut-ins on Thurs. Shopping trips for
seniors M, W & F. Social trips on Wed. Rural Senior Enrichment Program.
Senior Center of Mahoning County
1110 Fifth Ave., Youngstown 44504
Information and referral center for county. Outreach and advocacy, social activities and recreation,
HEAP and Golden Buckeye Card applications. Also has computer classes and health screenings. Social
worker on site.
320 High St., NE, Warren 44481
24-hr information, referral, suicide hotline and crisis intervention.
Coleman Access Center
552 North Park Ave., Warren
Girard Multi-Generational Center
Western Reserve Independent Living
443 Trumbull Ave., Girard 44420
SCOPE Inc. of Trumbull County (Senior Citizens Opportunity for Personal Endeavor)
220 W. Market St., Warren 44481
M–F. Information and referral; socialization; education and physical fitness classes; outreach services;
volunteer placements; income tax assistance; HEAP and Golden Buckeye Card applications; home
health, homemaker and chore services; representative payeeships; health assessments; telephone
reassurance; prescription assistance.
Catholic Charities Senior Center
600 E. Fourth St., East Liverpool 43920
East Liverpool, Calcutta, East End, Wellsville and Lisbon. Socialization, home health assessments,
telephone reassurance and OSHIIP counseling. Sign-up site for HEAP, PIP, Golden Buckeye Cards,
Homestead Exemptions and FMHA grants.
Columbiana County Office on Aging
785 E. State St., Salem 44460
Information and referral, caregiver reference library, adult day care facility, in-home health and safety
assessments, HEAP applications, Golden Buckeye Card applications and information and income tax
preparation. PASSPORT certified.
Community Action Agency of Columbiana County
7880 Lincole Place, Lisbon 44432
Senior nutrition program, transit system for county, senior home repair program, home weatherization,
HEAP applications, nutrition counseling, Senior Farmers Market coupon applications and credit
Community Resource Center
940 Penn Ave., East Liverpool 43920
Southern Columbiana Co. Social Services, transport, home modification, chore services, HEAP
applications, nutrition site and Golden Buckeye Cards. Makes doctor’s Aptos, handles correspondence,
etc. For frail elderly.
Ashtabula County Community Action Agency
1-800-874-8545 or (440) 997-5957
2-1-1 ACQUIRE Information & Referral
2009 West Prospect Ave., Ashtabula 44004
Provides elderly nutrition program, homemaker/chore service, home weatherization and HEAP
applications (Nov. - March).
Ashtabula Senior Center
4632 Main Ave., Ashtabula 44004
Info and referral, outreach, socialization, education, insurance counseling, health assessment clinic,
health promotion program, income tax preparation, telephone reassurance, care coordination, meal
site, applications for HEAP and Golden Buckeye Cards, newsletter, bingo, trips, pool and volunteer
opportunities. Prescription assistance program, RSVP, Alzheimer’s outreach, medical assistance and
minor home repair.
Country Neighbor Program
39 S. Maple St., Orwell 44076
Provides on-site meals, education and recreational programs, home health, homemaker service,
home delivered meals, adult day care, transportation, prescription assistance, telephone reassurance,
handyman, and HEAP and Golden Buckeye Card applications. Also adult day care, lawn mowing,
laundry and snow removal.
Conneaut Human Resources Council
327 Mill St., Conneaut 44030
Senior services and programs, social groups, daily reassurance calls, chore services, insurance
counseling, congregate meal site and Golden Buckeye Card applications.
Geneva Area Senior Center
62 W. Main St., Geneva 44041
Information and referral, emergency food pantry. Blood pressure screenings Fri. Morning. Senior
activities Mon–Fri., 10 a.m.–2 p.m. Education and Wellness.
Jefferson Community Center
11 E. Jefferson St., Jefferson 44047
Information and referral, socialization, applications for HEAP, Golden Buckeye Cards, telephone
reassurance, transportation with advanced scheduling and blood pressure screenings from 9:30 to
11:30 a.m. the second Thursday of each month. Also various social activities and senior trips. Annual
fall health fair. Help and aid through OSHIIP, with Medicare/Medicaid.
ADDITIONAL RESOURCE AGENCIES
AARP Ohio Office
Print material on subjects of interest to older adults. Chapters hold regular meetings providing
recreation, education and information about volunteer and employment opportunities. Insurance
forms, income tax assistance, defensive driving programs, and discounts on prescription drugs and
consumer goods and services.
9 a.m.–8 p.m., M–F. Helps families and friends find information about community services nationwide.