While you are unemployed, you need to readjust your priorities and goals. While you may want to thrive and do well with your finances (save money, get out of debt, etc.), those aren’t realistic or practical goals. Focus on surviving financially while you are unemployed.
Unemployment, Medicaid, Food Stamps, WIC, and other programs are a safety net designed to help you get through periods like this.
The three highest costs that most people have are usually housing, car, and tuition. Unfortunately, those three are also the hardest to reduce quickly, even though they will net you the biggest savings.
Call every service provider and see if you can negotiate or just plain ask for a better deal. By taking advantage of a promotion, we could get better internet for $5 cheaper a month. Again, not major savings but every little bit counts.
Paying off debt is a great goal and a great way to change your financial future, but unless your debt is predatory, consider putting a pause on all debt repayment plans.