I hope that your being just hypothetical and not real and personal. I was recently homeless for just short of 5 years. For three months now I have been renting an apartment with Public Housing, and it is not nearly as bad as you might think, not a bad deal at all, by any stretch of the imagination. It took me a long time to get on and I was very lucky. Being homeless as a single man who happens to be a radical outdoorsman survivor type, is one thing, raising a family in the streets is entirely something differant. I saw it happen. We had homeless families here in Nashville. I take great comfort knowing where I can get a free meal any day of the week and I am planning to start volunteering at several of these places, just to put back into my world. We have tons of resources here. Consider Nashville. It is not easy here by a long shot. This is the heart of the Bible Belt, all the good, bad, and ugly, but you will not starve here, and you can find free clothes here too. You can possibly get on as a bus driver with the schools here. There are jobs out there, for some people, idk your stats. I wish you well, good luck, and you will be fine, hang in there, it takes time, you will be fine.