no, not to my knowledge, but we lived in a remote rural town, all my friends we very poor as well.
gold held up value, so you could go and exchange it to fiat, then buy whatever you'd want, it won't be a post-apocalyptic scenario, at least it wasn't back then.
even before the collapse most of the citizens in my town had land, we were growing our own potata and veggies, making preparation for winter, i think you call it jarring, so the whole fiasco didn't hit us that hard. we were poor, starving from time to time, there were water shortages, i grew up never having hot water at home - we'd boil a pot every evening for females to wash the privates, pretty much. cold showers were a must. we'd take a war, "bath" once a week or rarer. electricity shortages were present but not that often.
but your collapse will be much worse, you guys are not ready. average american is fat and soft, believing that he deserves all the good things that come so easy to him, all that wealth. it will be such a tremendous reality check that there'll be queues to jump off of bridges.
you grew complacent and lazy, believing that the fairy tail would go on and the music will never stop.
it will be spectacular.