if you can't find that in the US/Canada, perhaps give some thought to working as a farmhand. there are a lot of farming communities that exist - some hire hands and let them live in a spare home on their property.
when I was a kid, I had a friend who had a dairy farm in the middle of a Mennonite community. they would help each other out very often. there were a few other dairy farms in the area that weren't religious as well - one had a guest house on their property. they'd hire hands during busy seasons and rent out the guest house to any hand who wanted it.
it's an idea - it sounds like you're looking for a calm environment, something relatively simple, and mental support. while the farmers may not be able to provide the mental support you need, you could find a counselor to help as well.
“Oh, believe, you were not born for nothing! You have not lived, or suffered, for nothing! What was created must perish, and what perished must rise again! Stop trembling! Prepare yourself to live!”
-Mahler, 2nd symphony