I wish I had a quick and easy solution for you. Regrettably, I do not. Perchance some thoughts:
Banks offer a product called a secured credit card. The way it works is you pay the bank an amount equal to the line of credit, say $500. Then you make charges with the card and pay it ontime the same as you would a normal credit card. As you do this over time you show the bank and the world that you can pay this bill ontime, building your credit scores back up.
I would be more interested in learning exactly why your credit is poor. Perhaps education on how to come up with a spending plan would be more useful than a loan. Luckily, you are in the right place for that, as there are many sources here on hubpages and elsewhere online.