Programs and Services

Family Support Services

Parent Education Program

Would you like to:

      • Meet other parents in the area?
      • Learn more about development of your children?
      • Share experiences and support other parents?
      • Be a more confident parent?
      • Discover answers to your questions about your children?

Parents’ Night Out (PNO) is a weekly support and learning group for parents;
children’s programming, transportation and food is provided. Our programming uses the nationally recognized evidence-based Nurturing Parenting© model, and offered in a nurturing environment by trained facilitators.

PNO Parenting Classes

New classes are forming.  Stay tuned for details.

Tuition for PNO is $125.00 for 10 sessions. We accept multiple forms of payment, including cash, debit/credit, and check.

Please contact PNO Coordinator, Patricia Davis at 734-961-1990 or by email at


Restoration Counseling Services

Restoration Counseling Program offers Individual, Couples, Family and Marital psychotherapy to persons who are affected by the challenges of daily living. Spiritually and culturally sensitive therapists are available to help to address problems in such areas as:

  • Family Functioning
  • Relationships
  • Marriage
  • Past Abuse/Trauma
  • Self Image
  • Spiritual Abuse
  • Chronic Pain Management
  • Addictions
  • Child/Adolescent Issues

Financial therapy and Christian-centered therapy are also available.  Home Care Social Work services available for referred patients. Services are not limited solely to those of the Christian faith; persons from various cultural, spiritual, and socioeconomic backgrounds have taken advantage of our services, and referred others for help. Restoration offers on-site and outreach individual and family counseling for persons in distress. On-site therapy groups are currently forming. Department of Human Services and self-referrals are accepted.  A sliding fee scale is available.

*** Restoration Counseling also accepts:

  • Blue Cross-Blue Shield®
  • Medicare
  • Value Options®/ Military OneSource®

Contact  for referrals and information, or email

Family Advocacy Program

Our In-Home Family Advocacy program is funded by the Department of Human Services, which is targeted at providing child protection support and promoting resilience in at-risk families. Therapeutic and case management services are provided by trained mental health professionals and service consumers. Referrals are only accepted through the Department of Human Services.

Contact Mary Rita Neal, LMSW for information at 734-961-1990.

Position Openings:

POWER has part-time contractual openings:

Home Care Social Work Position 

Team Leader Position

Team Assistant Position

Email your resume with name of position in the subject line to: