If you don't qualify for disability or welfare, you're on your own. Check the .gov site for complete information. I recommend while you still have money to buy camping equipment and if you have a car or truck load up so you're prepared to live where you can. There are places you can camp legally so I'd make a list of any you find in your area. Just be prepared is all I can say.
If your state has it in law, you can get 13-20 weeks more of UI benefits after you exhausted the 33 weeks of EUC. The EB program is for another 13-20 weeks but not all states have their states EB laws updated to receive these funds 100% paid by the federal gov't. You have to ask your UI office if EB program is in effect for your state.
I am on week 66 of my unemployment and have 1.5 weeks left got a letter stating I need to file for more eb so whatever everyone is saying they are all wrong!!!!!