I'm Lucy, and I'd be happy to answer your questions today. I'm sorry to hear that this happened.
You have the ability to file a lawsuit against everyone who was living in the house and contributed to the damages. A judgment is good for 20 years and it can be renewed. That means, if any of them ever get a job, buy a house, or accumulate assets, you can try to collect at that point. Everyone who contributed to the damage is jointly and severally liable, which means you can collect from whoever gets money first. You could also look into selling the debt to a collections agency - they'll give you much less than it's worth, but it might be preferable to nothing.
Another option is to contact your insurance company to see if your policy covers any of the damage done by the tenants. You can also look into filing a police report for intentional destruction of property, which is a form of criminal mischief. A judge can order them to pay restitution as part of a sentence. Honestly, if they don't work, it could take a long time to collect anything. And there are no guarantees. But you do have a right to try.
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