If you are on disability, you are eligible for housing and medical benefits. You can go to a food bank to get staples, and you can buy fresh fruits/vegetables that are discounted because they're nearly out of date (but not spoiled). Get a disabled person card to allow you to go at a discounted price to dr. appointments. You plan your diet carefully, eating fruits and vegetables and avoiding unhealthy foods, so you won't require as many dr. visits. Keep yourself healthy by walking or getting some kind of exercise (even if it's just stretching) every day. This will avoid your being sick. Take advantage of free things to do in your community. Just because you don't have much money, it doesn't mean you have to sit home and feel sorry for yourself. While the weather is nice, stay outside. Run your air conditioner sparingly. Turn out the lights when you leave a room. Don't run water unneccesarily. Watch your utility bills carefully. Go to the library and read. It's cool there, and you'll be around people. If you're so inclined, join a church. You'll make some friends, the church might help you if you have an emergency, and it will give you some security.