We cannot do the same things we have done and expect different results. I feel for you if you are in this situation but I also hold the belief that we can rebound from a variety of things.
That said, if you are renting or own with or without assistance from others, you must downsize and find something cheaper than you currently have. Rent a room or move in with family if possible to cut expenses. If you do not want to move, rent a room or two out.
If you have a car, downsize or go without. Car insurance, maintenance, gas, all add up and could easily make up for the $1300 you're missing if you have a newer vehicle, a gas guzzler, or higher insurance rates due to accidents or DUI's.
Many people sell stuff they no longer use, which is a smart way to get extra cash. If you're a good writer, try finding projects on Odesk, Textbroker, or Elance for extra cash that's usually paid within a few days of completing the project. Perhaps you could cut some of your grocery expenses by eating less meat while making a good change for your waistline to boot.
These are a few options, they just may not be the ones that you prefer, but making a change now is much better than not doing so and having your debt balloon due to interest. Even if family or friends help financially, their view of you will change particularly if any of the debt is tied to bad financial choices or spendthrift habits.
You may also be taking from their hard earned nest egg to make your life more bearable and that isn't what family is for, nor is it exactly fair. Whether or not bankruptcy is mentioned, it is a reality when people in this type of situation do not make the hard choices and change their habits even just for a year, two, or three until they can pay off their debt, build an emergency fund and get back on their feet.