I'm sorry to hear about your situation. I also suffer from depression and anxiety, and even though I've done therapy and I take meds since 2012 I still haven't found the right ones for me. Depression is especially hard to treat; some medications have made me worse than I was before. Hopefully things will change in the near future, as there have been some good findings in this area (https://www.vox.com/science-and-health/2017/4/4/15073652/precision-psychiatry-depression
As for anxiety, I used to have social anxiety and let me tell you CBT does wonders (Alprazolam also helps). I mostly have generalized anxiety nowadays. So I believe you can get better too, it just takes time and a lot of work from you and your therapist.
It sucks you don't have access to free counseling. I don't live in the US so I can't really advice you in that matter.
Have you tried working online? That way you could earn some money and find a good therapist/psychiatrist. You guys have loads of online work opportunities in the US, like MTurk. It doesn't take any special skills or qualifications and you don't have to deal directly with anyone.
I've been trying to find online jobs myself, but it seems there isn't much to do in Europe…
Let me know if you need help regarding online work or something else.>>59155
For eating healthier (and losing weight), I started counting calories. MyFitnessPal is the best app for that, as far as I can tell. You don't have to focus on weightloss, just set a realistic calorie goal and track your meals. When you start learning the amount of calories, sugar, salt, etc, you take, you get more conscious about your eating habits and hopefully then you get motivated to change your diet. At least this worked for me.
As for workout app, I have no idea, I'd like to know a good one too.
> tfw not really a NEET but I prefer to stay in my room most of the time
It's okay. When I wasn't a NEET I rarely got out of my rPost too long. Click here to view the full text.