Take a deep breath and then relax, amigo. As my grand-father used to say, all legal problems have a solution. Yours does. The way to resolve this issue is to file a Motion to Quash the warrant, after talking to parole and probation. The downside of this equation is that you will need counsel - prefferably paid counsel.
If you don't make enough money, the Office of the Public Defender in the County where your probation was last kept can help.
Aside from the above, the court cannot hold you in detention for your failure to make restitution. That's not legal, or ethical or proper for any judge to do - in my opinion. The court has to make a finding of your ability to pay, before imposing a penalty for failing to pay restitution. Hence, relax. You won't sit in jail if you cannot pay. But you have to get a lawyer to get to that point. Plus, you have bail options with a bondman/woman. 10% of the bond is $500 to get out the same day you turn yourself in.
By the way, how old is this case? There may be a way to terminate the VOP...