Out of concern for our clients, our employees and our community, Family Care Network has closed our office to non-essential staff.
All FCN services are available telephonically.
If you have concerns or questions about your court ordered service, please contact your assigned Parent Educator or Supportive Visitation Worker.
If you have not yet been contacted by FCN staff about your services, please feel free to call the office at 734-266-1421 Monday-Friday between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m.
Referring workers for Parent Education and Therapy services are to first call the assigned Parent Educator or Therapist, and then contact the office if necessary.
Referring workers for Supportive Visitation/Parenting Time are to contact the Supportive Visitation/Parenting Time Program Manager or call FCN’s office for the Program Manager’s contact information.
Thank you for your understanding as we all do our part to protect each other during this difficult time.
Cheryl Betz, MA, LMSW
14149 Farmington Rd.
Livonia, MI 48154
(734) 223-4474 (cell)
Family Care Network, Inc.,
Building Resilient Families
The staff of Family Care Network and its Board of Directors extends a warm welcome to guests on this website. We appreciate your interest in the agency, our committed team of professional staff and, most importantly, the parenting programs we offer to our community. Family Care Network serves children, adults and families with physical, social, emotional, psychological, educational and economic needs in Southeastern Michigan.
Most of the children and adults we serve have come to the attention of the court or social service agencies because of abuse and neglect. We have found that the most crippling result of abuse, neglect, addictions and poverty for the families served by Family Care Network is the loss of hope. And with the loss of hope comes self-defeating behaviors, attitudes of despair and defiance, emotions of anger, depression and anxiety. Our programs are designed to restore hope and build resilience.
Bringing hope back to life can be a time-consuming and difficult task. At Family Care Network, we are grateful to the staff who develop trusting relationships with clients and model hope and acceptance. Combined with evidence-based programming, we are able to play a critical role in helping children and adults build skills and a future of hope.
Cheryl Betz MA, LMSW