Been there, done that.
Taking responsibility for your actions past and present will make you feel better even though it seems you will be left penniless.
There are meals that are just a few dollars if you think about it.
Public transportation, Public assistance. Those don't seem to apply to you. The fact is that you said you have been an LPN for 15 years. You probably make too much income for assistance, in fact, if you think about it you're probably just like the rest of us. You have just been living beyond your means and you have to come to grips with the fact that poor decisions and irresponsible use of your income has lead you kicking and screaming to this point. I've been where you are on several occassions in my past. Letting a bill go to buy a meal out or getting the brakes on my car fixed. Everyone owes money to someone sometime.
Just bite-the-bullet and decide right now how you're going to distribute your paychecks. It's no time to be falling any further into the slow spiral to nowhere. It's a time for change.
Write down how much income and when. Then list your debts of greatest need. Before you make any payment or spend any money review that list.
Offer the guy with your stuff half now and give him the date of the paycheck after that. Show them your paystub or your employment acceptance. Don't fall into the trap of being pissed at them and ruin the possibility of getting a deal all they want is for you to show that you're taking responsibility. For them to go to so much trouble to harass you sounds like they don't think you'll pay them back. If you offer them half now or next paycheck and show them your plan for repaying all your debts with dates and all maybe they'll give you a few essentials or all your stuff in return for your willingness to show you intend to pay.
The old expression "You can't get blood out of a turnip" comes to mind. Your the turnip. They can't just squeeze you harder and expect to get paid. It's unrealistic for you to try to shoulder all the crap that your getting. Just accept the fact that YOU are responsible and YOU are going to make a plan RIGHT NOW and it's going to involve great sacrifice on your part. YOU are going to make something change that your in control of.
Make a plan, then you'll see an end result. You'll be able to visualize an end to it. You'll see yourself making a positive thing happen moving forward.
Don't swallow your pride now. Embrace it. These outside influences on your mental state are not victimizing you. You are.
You're intelligent enough and had the perseverance to get through nursing school
and pass the NCLEX and your gonna let some bills bug you? You can work under the conditions that nurses do everyday and still care for people and help them heal and eat and go to the commode but you don't have anything left for you?
Now get it down on paper and see it for what it is.