But most good Social Services people know what to do in a situation like yours- example:using 90 days of bank statements for qualification (showing no deposits) and including your current surgery as a an obstacle to current employment. They have state mandated formulas to go by so there is no wiggle room. I did apply for fuel assistance and was denied b/c my income was $240 over their limit. I can reapply in the fall. I am on a budget plan with my electric company, but b/t that and the back owed I am paying almost $80/month - and they won't budge on it :-/ But thanks for the other ideas re: volunteering, etc. :)
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