"Hold hands and stick together."
Have you heard of "common security clubs?" Here's how Yes! Magazine describes them:
Common security clubs are typically founded by people concerned about their economic security. These small groups of 10-25 adults are consciously breaking down the isolation and fear triggered by the 2008 economic meltdown. Clubs have strengthened communities and enabled participants to learn together, engage in mutual aid, and take social action.
Read Yes's article.