13 episodes

Matt Brown and Sam Davis, both practicing full-time interventionists, sit down and discuss various topics surrounding intervention, addiction and mental health. Our goal is to entertain, remove the stigma and help as many families as we can find recovery from the disease of addiction.

The Party Wreckers Matt Brown & Sam Davis

    • Health & Fitness
    • 5.0 • 15 Ratings

Matt Brown and Sam Davis, both practicing full-time interventionists, sit down and discuss various topics surrounding intervention, addiction and mental health. Our goal is to entertain, remove the stigma and help as many families as we can find recovery from the disease of addiction.

    When They Don't Go To Treatment....

    When They Don't Go To Treatment....

    Matt and Sam Discuss how they handle things when clients don't go to treatment on the day of the intervention...

    If you have questions for Matt or Sam please email us at questions@partywreckers.com

    To learn more about our individual intervention practices please visit:

    Matt Brown:  FreedomInterventions.com
    Sam Davis:  BroadHighwayRecovery.com



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    • 55 min
    The Struggle to Control

    The Struggle to Control

    Matt and Sam sit down and discuss the struggle that all of us have with wanting to try to stay in control and the conflict and turmoil that can come up because of it. 

    If you have questions we can answer in a future episode please email us at questions@partywreckers.com.

    Thanks for listening.

    Click the links below to learn more about the individual intervention practices of the hosts:

    Matt Brown:  FreedomInterventions.com
    Sam Davis:  BroadHighwayRecovery.com
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    • 41 min
    Sam's Story

    Sam's Story

    Sam Davis shares the powerful and moving story of his addiction and recovery.  He recalls struggles of late stage addiction to crack cocaine and prescription pain medication and the moment he decided to become an interventionist.

    If you have questions for the hosts please email us at:
    Matt@partywreckers.com
    Sam@partywreckers.com

    If you want to learn more about our individual interventions practices, please visit:

    Matt: Freedom Interventions
    Sam: Broad Highway Recovery
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    • 1 hr 6 min
    Matt's Story

    Matt's Story

    Matt Brown tells the story of his addiction and recovery and what led him to choose to be an interventionist. His parents played a vital role in both unintentionally enabling his addiction, and also holding the boundaries that allowed him to eventually feel the need to get sober. 

    If you want to find out more about the hosts' individual intervention practices please visit:

    Matt Brown:  FreedomInterventions.com
    Sam Davis:  BroadHighwayRecovery.com
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    • 1 hr 7 min
    Protecting Masculinity

    Protecting Masculinity

    Sam and Matt speak plainly about what it means to be a man, husband, father and friend in the world today.


    TikTok can be used to help people...who knew?!Sam talks about interventiononcall.com which is a new service he's developing to help families consult with an interventionist virtually to help kick start the processes of getting their loved one help.What are the qualities found in "good men?"What traits are considered "toxic" today among men?How do we remove the stigma of weakness from getting help?If you would like to reach either of the hosts please email them at:
     matt@partywreckers.com
     sam@partywreckers.com.

     If you would like to learn more about their individual intervention practices please visit them at:

    Matt: FreedomInterventions.com
    Sam: BroadHighwayRecovery.com
    Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate/?hosted_button_id=PEMEKZ7WSQCQ8)

    • 54 min
    Generational Trauma in the Black Community with guest Rick Hubbard

    Generational Trauma in the Black Community with guest Rick Hubbard

    Rick Hubbard is the Executive VP of Professional Relations at Origins Recovery Centers (originsrecovery.com).  As a black man born in 1955, Rick experienced the civil rights movement through the eyes of an adolescent and teenager. He gives us his unique perspective of generational trauma and addiction in the black community.  Rick talks about his great-grandfather's eventual freedom from slavery and how that experience shaped the story of addiction and recovery in his own family and countless others.  You don't want to miss this episode!

    To reach the hosts with questions about the podcast please email them at info@partywreckers.com.

    To find out more about their individual intervention practices please visit:
    Matt: FreedomInterventions.com
    Sam: BroadHighwayRecovery.com
    Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate/?hosted_button_id=PEMEKZ7WSQCQ8)

    • 1 hr 1 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
15 Ratings

15 Ratings

ParkerMasonMommy ,

Love this!

Great podcast…. Can’t wait to share with my fellow addicts and alcoholics. Suggest it to our families. I feel it is important to see many different aspects in this disease that I just can’t get enough! Forever grateful for interventionists… I even called one on myself when I had enough!!!!! (Several attempts to get sober, did the Texas tour as far as rehabs go, AND I knew I needed to get real and honest with those I hurt the most!)

babneek-babneek ,

Intriguing, Interesting, Candid, and Sobering

Solid podcast with two co-hosts who know what they’re talking about. They’ve been at rock bottom, recovered, and are now leading interventions for those who need help with substance abuse. I appreciate their candid approach to dealing with a difficult subject. And they do a great job sharing their personal experiences from the lowest of lows and highlights of recovery. Good stuff!

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