I made my UI last longer by supplementing with freelance work - I reported the freelance $$ I earned each week, and I'd get reduced UI the following week - it stretched out my initial UI "grant" to 11 months instead of 5-6 months. That came in handy - my UI came to an end just as I found full-time work again.
My only advice is to take a deep breath, review and update your resume, and then send it out LIKE CRAZY. Even for jobs for which you think you are not qualified, or an in industry for which you have never worked. Be prepared to get frustrated that you are not getting calls. Admittedly, I was unemployed during the bad time a few years ago (2009), but it was disheartening to send out 1,000 resumes in 11 months and only get called for 3 interviews. But I did eventually find a great job and I'm still here 6 years later.