@Lucipurr I’m so sorry to hear about the spot you’re in. It breaks my heart to hear that you had to stop therapy and medications. Financial stress is a big burden to bear for your family, especially right now with all the uncertainty going on right now
One thing I found out this year is that unemployment is sometimes possible for reduced hours so that may be worth looking into to see if your husband would qualify. In terms of ways to make some money at home, we survived last year by selling a lot of our stuff to make ends meet. Tables, lamps, kitchen gadgets, clothes, etc. We sold a LOT of things in the house but it all added up and helped us scrape by and turns out we don’t even miss not having a kitchen table. I don’t know what your friend and family relationships are like but if you haven’t already reached out for support, that may be fruitful. A friend of mine was able to make her car payment by asking friends to chip in and cover it. Our city has some pooled funds run by local groups as well to help cover costs for people (all money donated). I don’t know what the process is to receive from them, just throwing it out there in case you’re able to find something similar where you live.
You will get through this. It’s really freaking difficult and scary right now, but you will see the other end of it. Even if we can only help lend emotional support in the time you aren’t able to get therapy, we are here for you. We care about you