here is a thought, that I suggest to most folks. Sign up for a 1 to 3 credit college class. At a state U probably in the $500 range or less. look around for a trade or tech school. Once there you can take the class and get your health insurance. I realize from the strand that you are not in school, but it is really one of the best health insurance deals around and remember you are bridging to 2014.
Now I fully realize you have a short term need. I assume you need strips, syringes insulin, and swaps etc. Call the local hospital and ask them if they know of resources for low cost or no cost local supplies. My suggestion is to call whatever hospitals are around. One thought is to contact locally owned pharmacies. It is unlikely you will find help, but leave your name and how to get in touch, you would be shocked how many folks go to mom and dad's drug store when they pass to see what to do with supplies. I realize it is catch as catch can, but it will push the matter if you get lucky.
Finally friend me, sometimes, if i know what you are looking for I run across some deals. This is tough, but look at it this way, you are on a 10 month deal to access to health insurance with a voucher based on need. Call your local state office that was handling your former policy. Explain your issues and ask for help. No it will not likely pay off, but if you hit enough buttons something unexpected might turn and you may not have even known it was available.
Oh also your docs office. They get thousands of dollars of free product and sometimes a doc can steer some supplies your way or better yet steer a rep your way who is peddling samples. If not your doc ask for referrals.
Best of luck, this will be tough, but it is possible. remember 10 months, but get in line to get in line for the first thing up on January 1. If you wait until august, it might be too late and cause you to wait until May or June 2014 to get in line. Get in line to get in line now.