The method mentioned by popamode72 can actually be a very good one, provided you have the cards listed here
that categorize the loads as purchase. Basically, do not use BofA/Citi/PNC/US Bank Visa cards as they treat the transactions as cash advance. Without Softcard/Serve, your cc load limit is $200/day and $1000/mo, which means you need three consecutive days to get to $500. During the second load, you are mostly required to upload the photo of your credit card and a form of ID, so you need not to have your ID stolen.
On the other hand, with any credit card including the ones post Serve loads as cash advance, you can go to a grocery store to buy $500 Visa gift cards, or some $200 ones. Presumably you buy 3 $200 cards, and the fee would be 3x$6.95=20.85, it's probably still lower than cash advance fee, not even mentioning CA interest. Then, load the VGC(s) onto Serve/Bluebird at Walmart, or buy a money order with the VGC (I have never bought an MO, and it is very YMMV when it comes to stores allowing you to buy one using VGC). You most likely have to bring your ID, so make sure that is not stolen. Or, use the Target Prepaid Redcard, go to Target and load directly with cc. Again, these techniques are basically about circumventing the cash advance and disguising as purchase, and VERY YMMV. You may not be able to achieve based on your location and/or store policy.
Back to your situation, you may be able to just get to your bank and ask them to get you a replacement card immediately. From my experience, Citibank gives you a temporary debit/ATM card immediately, with the card number and other information printed and not embossed. Chase is able to make a permanent debit card with the information embossed immediately at branches. Anyway, you should ask your bank first to see if they can do that for you.
Then, if the above is not true, see if it's possible to get cash at a bank teller without a card. Bring your ID (if that's not stolen as well) and take down your checking & savings account number & card number (in case of identity verification). If they let you withdraw by this means, then you are fine.