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Episode 250: Morgan (Young and Addicted)

Season 19. Episode 8

Megan
Age: 20
Location: Lancaster, Ohio
Addiction: Heroin

What’s Memorable: The fact that Morgan became a heroin addict because she didn’t want her boyfriend to lose interest in her. The phone call during the pre-intervention from the little girl crying – and Morgan threatening to take the kid with her to find drugs – was the saddest thing ever. What a waste of potential. It was such a relief to see where she was at 3 months later, but mom should’ve let her stay longer as the doctors suggested and not had her come home because she missed her. That could have gone terribly wrong.

Official Synopsis: Morgan is married, has a one-year-old daughter, and is addicted to the only drug she ever tried – heroin. Without an intervention, the once picture-perfect child may now be in danger of leaving her own child motherless.

Date Aired: May 2019
Interventionist: Ken, looking amazing. So good to see him again, it’s been a while.

Categories: Heroin, Season 19

Discussion

26 Responses to “Episode 250: Morgan (Young and Addicted)”

  1. Really really hoping Morgan is still doing good. I dunno I’ve seen all the seasons but just seeing it comes up and say she’d been there 3 months and he lasted 4 days before bailing to a friends house. go Morgan, live girl!!

    Posted by Terri | May 22, 2019, 8:03 am
  2. She really needed to stay in treatment or sober living. The parents never should have gone against the counselors’ suggestion to stayin treatment longer and not go straight back to where she was using a mere 90 days before. She’s on a slippery slope unless she really stays focused on meetings. The parents enabled her using-and then turn right around and let her come home too soon. What’s a few more months in the scheme of things when a person is sobering up? Especially one as young as Morgan? I wish her luck but if she gets near that husband forget it-he’s already living with friends so we know what that means.

    When I got out of rehab/sober lliving I went to a ton of meetings and treated that like an extension of rehab. I’d hit 3 meetings a day for the first few months till I went back to work. Yeah it sucked being broke but it built my foundation of sobriety up even more than it was after treatment. I hope she makes it. She’s a smart kid and can accomplish anything she wants but let’s pray she doesn’t entertain any thought of staying with the husband. Good luck Morgan!!

    Posted by Joe | May 22, 2019, 8:05 am
  3. Holy…. why did they all let her have custody of that child? She’s using and the baby is there! And the way everyone spoke to grandma??? They treated her like dirt! She has probably aged 20 years. I really felt for her sister. The good kid always gets passed over.

    Posted by April | May 22, 2019, 10:12 am
    • Couldn’t agree more. The grandmother was there with the niece or whoever that younger gal is but CPS could come down on them hard if they found out. Let’s hope Morgan stays sober and keeps on trucking and this super nice family gets the life they all deserve. They seem like wonderful people. And yes I felt so bad for the younger sister who seems like a great kid too. She really had her head on straight.

      Posted by Joe | May 22, 2019, 10:39 am
  4. What a scumsucking jerk her husband was for wanting to get back together with her after they broke up (when they were just bf/gf), and when he had become a heroin addict. He KNEW that she would take him back because of her insecurities and her need to care for people; he just came crawling back to take advantage of her, and now look what’s happened. To be fair though I have to fault Morgan too for not seeing this; it’s a shame how malleable and manipulable those types of people are; parents or society should teach empathetic and insecure people to watch out for people trying to take advantage of them.

    Posted by ccharlesberresford | May 22, 2019, 12:49 pm
  5. If her Facebook is recent, it appears she may still be married to him? I don’t know, man, I wish her all the best. https://m.facebook.com/morgan.jardine.79?tsid=0.7034284984561979&source=result

    Posted by kpowell | May 22, 2019, 1:08 pm
    • There were some recent (from earlier this year at least) pictures of them together on his facebook. I think there’s a good chance they are still on and off

      Posted by Sharp | May 23, 2019, 7:57 pm
  6. I really hope, for Peyton’s sake, Morgan can stay clean and be the caring awesome mom that her little girl needs. She did amazing and I hope she continues to. Hopefully in treatment she got counseling and feels more confident in herself to be able to leave her husband and someday be with a man who loves her and can care for her as much as she cares for him. Shes so young and has the ability to have such a bright future. I hope it stays bright! Good luck Morgan! You’ve got this mama!

    Posted by Toreigh | May 22, 2019, 1:21 pm
  7. Also, Ken was looking buff and lovely…. just had to throw that out there 😉

    Posted by Toreigh | May 22, 2019, 1:22 pm
  8. Dizzy do you still have access to Intervention Canada episodes? If not please let me know

    Posted by Rinna | May 22, 2019, 2:02 pm
  9. I do have to say she looked beautiful after treatment. But, the mom creeped me out kissing her and telling her to come home right after rehab. And oh yes. Ken is hot.

    Posted by April | May 23, 2019, 4:48 pm
  10. I hope she is still sober. I don’t believe she would have become a heroin addict if it wasn’t for him and her low self-esteem she has. She’s now tied to him forever due to having a child with him so I pray that she stays strong for that baby and for herself.

    I found his fb page: https://www.facebook.com/terrancebhelwig?pn_ref=info_relation

    Both of them still have their pages as being married. I don’t know what type of relationship they really do have at this point but his fb page makes me think he hasn’t changed. I know we shouldn’t judge by what’s on fb but I see a lot of red flags on his. Just my opinion and not stating it as a fact.

    Posted by Kitty Katt | May 26, 2019, 7:23 pm
  11. Dizzy,

    Looks like Intervention is returning on August 6, 2019!

    https://www.intouchweekly.com/posts/when-does-intervention-return-watch-new-season-sneak-peek/

    Posted by William | June 20, 2019, 10:59 am
  12. Both of them now have SINGLE on their facebook accounts.

    I think he is still struggling from what I see on his fb page.

    She made the right move IMO.

    Posted by Kitty Katt | June 30, 2019, 2:02 am
  13. I felt really sorry for her. A man rejecting u at a young age can really lead to life long low self esteem and self loathing as an adult. I think she’s young enough to turn it around, and hope she can!

    Posted by Shannon Lynn | July 8, 2019, 5:41 am
  14. You people searching their facebooks are beyond creepy

    Posted by Greg | July 29, 2019, 1:36 pm
    • It’s called SOCIAL MEDIA….if you don’t won’t your business out there than don’t put it.

      You must be new here. We actually care about these people. We like to see updates. We love to see that they are still sober. We don’t know them personally, so our only access is SOCIAL MEDIA…..you may call it creepy but we call it caring.

      Posted by Kitty Katt | July 31, 2019, 12:03 am
    • Most of us here are in recovery or have dealt with addicts and we genuinely care about the people in each episode. It’s frustrating at times to wonder how these people are doing after the episode airs. No one is stalking them. This site is full of great people. If you don’t like it maybe this isn’t the place for you.

      Posted by Joe | August 2, 2019, 8:21 am
    • No we are not, you’re basically doing the same thing by searching this website and reading the comments for updates.

      Posted by B | September 27, 2019, 8:44 am
  15. So according to her facebook she posted a sonogram on jan 4 of this year. I’m pretty sure she is back with her husband. Hope he cleaned up his act too.

    Posted by Toreigh | August 14, 2019, 1:03 pm

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