With 1.2 million supporters, TREA Senior Citizens League (TSCL) is one of the nation’s largest nonpartisan seniors groups.
TSCL was first established as a special project of The Retired Enlisted Association (TREA). On January 1, 1995, TSCL became an independent 501[c] citizens’ action organization. Read our full history.
The TSCL Board of Trustees and staff are all dedicated to helping seniors. The following services provided by TSCL are considered primary and essential to the betterment of the quality of life of our nation’s senior citizens:
Distribution of public awareness and educational materials,
Dissemination of information concerning legislation before Congress,
Enlistment of senior citizens in grass-roots lobbying campaigns on issues affecting retirees (civilian and military), and
Ensuring that governmental bodies live up to any commitment made to senior citizens.
TSCL members enjoy special benefits, including:
Eligibility for our RxSavings Plus Presciption Drug Discount Card
Participation in our efforts to protect your Social Security and Medicare benefits
Ability to access helpful and money-saving information
Subscription to The Social Security & Medicare Advisor newsletter
- Ask the Advisor: June 2016
- Ask The Advisor: Health plan options
- Social Security & Medicare Questions: Scam Awareness
- What makes the League different from AARP?
- How many members does TSCL have?
- What if I make a donation and then become dissatisfied with TSCL?
- Does TSCL receive government funding?
- What is TSCL?
View The Senior Citizens League 2014 Annual Report
Download the 990 Form
Watch the video: Night in America – TSCL Visits Capitol Hill