One of the most challenging things about a job search is that it requires a lot of time and effort, but it doesn't provide any income until you get the job. Meanwhile, you have bills to pay just like everybody else.
This can be discouraging. But don't let it make you give up your job search. Everyone needs help sometimes.
If you're having trouble with bills, a good first step is to call your creditors to let them know you need more time to pay. Most creditors will appreciate your responsibility, and will do what they can to help. You could also talk with family or DSS to see what help they may be able to help you find.
You can also look for help directly. Call 211 or 888-892-1162 to connect with NC-211
, which helps people find local services. For more immediate or interpersonal crises, call REAL Crisis Intervention
at 758-4357. They are available any day, any time.