If you are going to initiate supervised visitation, it would be prudent to have that incorporated into a Court Order so that your co-parent cannot simply back out of his agreement to do that at his whim. (If DCP&P is involved, I would think there would be some sort of ongoing case and/or someone that would be reviewing the arrangements for any visitation/parenting time). You can attempt to go to Court on your own with this, but given the sensitive nature of the proceedings and the legal intricacies (particularly with DCP&P involvement), I would recommend that you consult with an attorney.
Various counties have supervised visitation programs within the Court system that may be available to you at little-to-no cost.
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