Originally Answered: How much financial assistance do mentally ill people get in your country from the government on monthly basis?
If you're employable, most health plans in the U.S. offer counseling and medications but if your condition affects your ability to be gainfully employed, you may not gain entry or be eligible for citizenship. Unless you have relatives living in the U.S., you're probably going to have to have your symptoms treated in your home country and focus on getting well as your first goal. Even if you could relocate to the U.S. or any other country, adjusting to a different culture can be very stressful and given your condition, it's certainly not something you want to add to your problems at this time.
You mention that you have no hope of a cure soon; you need to remedy your attitude ASAP
because positive thinking is a key factor in taking charge of your mental health. I assume your condition was diagnosed by professionals and if so, get as much information from them as you can about your illness. Whether or not you can afford treatment, you need to educate yourself because ultimately, you are the person that's going to effect the cure. If you have the resources to access web articles, journal entries, peer review studies about your condition, do so ASAP. If you have little or no resources, go to your nearest public library for the information. Become an expert and treat yourself based on your expertise. If you can't afford any medications (be very careful with this category of drugs), try alternative treatments that have a research history. You were probably told or will soon learn that many emotional disorders can have a common origin and if you can effectively attack the initial problem, resolution of the others may soon follow. Think back to the earliest symptom that you can recall and target the condition that may be it's cause. For example, if your earliest recollection was of social anxiety, focus on treatment for that disorder until you make progress, then note any improvement in symptoms related to the remaining disorders. Whether or not you have the resources, you are still going to have to do the heavy lifting; most of what the professionals can do for you is write a prescription to treat a symptom, but not necessarily attack the condition. Most of the people who treat disorders such as yours, concentrate on lifestyle adjustments: diet, exercise, relaxation techniques, avoidance of certain foods and habits, human interaction, meditation. Your career for the immediate future should be getting yourself well. The pay is low but the benefits are the best.