Your chances of getting unsupervised visitation back is great- if you continue to do what you need to do. Courts favor uniting families but they tend to be slow in doing same. Keep on the correct path and it will happen, but not overnight.
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Bring any proof you have that you are doing better. Letters from a counselor, negative drug tests, parenting certificates, and letters or records from the visitation supervisor will all help. Courts generally do not want supervised visitation to continue forever. Try asking for limited unsupervised visitation first and be sure to get a review date so you can continue to increase it.
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