Wow that is a tough one hun!
If she has full custosy there isn't too much you can do.
You can take her back to court, and keep taking her back to make her
life miserable but in the end result it doesn't get you anywhere.
Through a children's program (what was the reason for that?)
Was it something like "supervised visitation? I am not really
clear on that. I know that when I went through that situation
my ex (I had reasons, due to abuse, and so forth I didn't want
him to have ANY access. If not, he needed to have "supervised visitation."
I know my father went through an also similar situation where my mother wanted full, but they got parital (joined physical custosy). Like my bf says," Courts are prejudice against men in court." You have to PROVE that you are a good father. He got barely any visitation to see our oldest. So, I suggest that you take her back, build a case against her, file police reports if there is "serious issues", get doctor's involved, get the support of friends and family. Get as much as you can. There is no such thing as too much. I wish I had more information for you, or suggestions, but as far as court goes I know its VERY difficult to get custosy and once another party has it to OBTAIN it. Inless there are very SERIOUS VALID REASONS that proves that the children's wellbeing is better off with the "other parent." Keep us posted,