Living with family is almost the next best thing in this situation. You could always…>>11627
If you're good with computers or just fixing stuff in general, you could always post something on places like craigslist. I had a friend who repaired computers and a toaster and she never left the house and worked on the stuff whenever she felt like it. People always break their electronics and you can even Google some stuff if you get stuck.
If you decide to leave your house, there's always jobs that require more people like construction workers, security officers and nurses but I can't say anything about going into retail. For the last two, you need to be able to work with people and study for about 6 months for a chance at landing a job but construction you just need to be able to follow orders and be able to lift about 20 pounds. You don't even have to talk to people except for asking about your next task. Oh, and you need to be able to be in the sun for a few hours if that's the way the weather is in your location unless you get lucky and they just make you sweep or grab tools or something. You get to bulk up too!
For Security you need an 8 hour course in some states, pass a background and drug test and take the required classes which you can take during your employment; some companies even pay for your Guard Card if you get the job. Sometimes, you can go several shifts without talking to anyone and you're basically free if you operate the camera room unless it's right at the entrance which is dumb(I remember watching Psycho-Pass with one of my co-workers because the building was closed for the weekend and there were about 3 other patrols on the other floors.) You just write a report on the day and check in with a supervisor every once in a while.
Nursing is a 6 month course in most places and you get the job right after your certification. I heard the benefits are great depending on your place of employment but you need a driver's license as well for emergency responding just in case they need you to go.
You could go into a post office and ask for a job. I think you just need a license for that one but I've never had a friend or relative go for it.
I wish we wouldn't have to leave our homes in situations like these but sometimes we have to, even if it kills us. Oh, and why not just work full-time? Are you taking classes or something?