consider joining the military. the lifestyle isn't for everyone, but they have hundreds of jobs that aren't all combat or infantry related. plenty of them you can learn real skills to get similar jobs back in the civilian world. service is only four years long for most contracts, so it isn't forever either. then if you want to try to go back to school, the GI Bill can help pay for higher education.
again, the military isn't for everyone, but it can be to help learn some valuable skills. and plenty join for job training.
maybe consider going back to community college. there are plenty of jobs you can do with just a two year degree, and the courses are less intense then a four year school. look online in your area and make an appointment with a counselor or adviser, and discuss your options.
some companies you can work without a college degree, and just work your way up. sales, logistics, adminisrative, maybe marketing. look on sites like glassdoor, indeed, even linkedin, and just start applying. don't be picky, and keep an open mind. an interview isn't an automatic job employment, and you may have multiple rounds of interviews with one job before you get it.
consider doing temp agencies to get some money while you look elsewhere. they can range from a couple weeks, to a couple months, to a year long. they have a wide range of jobs from warehouse and labor to general office support and other fields. at least this way you can build your credibility, maybe some references, and experience to put on a resume.
it is possible to be successful without a college degree. you just may have to work harder for it, and the job may not be what you love. that is where hobbies come in handy on the side to keep things going.
keep your head up. you'll be fine.