I feel for you, OP. I was in the same situation as you; but I had no savings, no parents to live with, anything like that - and I was offered a job before I even graduated in Missouri, so I am here now getting my experience. I must tell you, most people are correct when they say that if you want the experience, you really should move out of state for a bit. HOWEVER, it has really been affecting my personal life off the clock (I have nothing here besides this mediocore med/surg position and it's really starting to eat me up) - so, if you have the resources, stay and pound the pavement out there and dig deeper.
Have you had anyone look at your resume - is it showing you off as well as it could? What about your cover letters, what are you saying to make yourself stand out?
I must tell you that I resumed my job search
in Northern CA this past weekend, and I got a call back the second day. That said, my luck was on CraigsList, the position was my dream job, but it was going to pay substantially lower than what an RN should be making out there. That said, I think I was lucky - I don't anticipate any other call backs to my 30+ applications I've put in so far.
I've definitely had all my luck on CraigsList; whereas hospital websites just throw out most new grad apps immediately. Feel free to PM me if you want someone to look at your resume, or we can talk more.
Try and keep your head up.