we have a list of resources for finding free/low-cost medical care, including counseling, at http://forums.webmd.com/3/neurology-general-neurology-questions-and-support/forum/149 . you may have to go thru the entry level with a primary-care dr, but then you can ask to be referred to a counselor or psychiatrist. don't try to tackle everything on the list at once, or you'll be overwhelmed. check out one or two, see what they say, then check out one or two more.
do you know why your ankle/foot is throbbing so much? in addition to treating the pain, it might be helpful for you to see an orthopedist (a specialist in bones, joints, and muscles) to find the cause.
are you aware that many people get a yeast infection after they take antibiotics? has your husband been on an antibiotics regime any time lately?
for women, the most common solution -- or, at least, my most common solution -- is an over-the-counter med (no prescription needed) called monistat. however, this is a vaginal suppository, so that won't work for your husband! however, there may be other forms of this med or of others that are designed more specifically for men. try asking your pharmacist about over-the-counter meds for yeast infections in men.
you or he might also want to take a look, or post, at --