A New Crossroad

Suboxone Clinic and Mental Health Clinic

A New Crossroad offers industry-leading mental health services and Medication Assisted Treatment options for patients. Call to schedule your new appointment today! Private insurance, SC Medicaid & Medicare accepted!

Why A New Crossroad

The Best Patient Care

Our mission at A New Crossroad is to embody the values of accessibility, seamless communication, respect, and excellence in treatment to create and implement an individualized treatment plan tailored to each patient. We are a group of mental health professionals specializing in Mental Health and Addiction Medicine. With A New Crossroad, you will be on your way to living a fulfilling, enjoyable life in recovery! 

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Live Your Best Life With Us

At A New Crossroad, we maintain a strict commitment to integrity, professionalism, and excellence in all that we do. By strictly adhering to these principles, A New Crossroad has created trust and maintained the loyalty of its clients while helping establish healthy living habits that promote positivity.

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Mental Health and Addiction Treatment Services

Opioid Addiction Treatment

A treatment plan for an addiction to Opioids starts with Suboxone. Suboxone is made up of Buprenorphine & Naloxone and it can be used to be weaned off Opioids under supervised medical treatment. Our health care plans have one goal in mind: help you get off your addiction to Opioids.

Bipolar Disorder Treatment

Bipolar disorder, formerly called manic depression, is a mental health condition that causes extreme mood swings that include emotional highs and lows. When you become depressed, you may feel sad or hopeless and lose interest or pleasure in most activities.

ADHD Treatment

Like the name implies, ADHD is synonymous with lack of focus or the inability to pay proper attention to a task for a relevant duration. A person with ADHD finds it frustrating that he/she has to spend forever on a task that should not take more than 10 minutes for a person without ADHD.

Anxiety Treatment

Anxiety which goes hand in hand with feelings of fear is a silent killer that though not a physical illness may manifest itself in negative physical symptoms and reactions. It affects about a fifth of the population of the United States.

PTSD Treatment

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is an illness that cuts across the populace. It’s quite normal to experience and recover from fear after a traumatic event but with PTSD, the recovery process is more complicated but not impossible.

Depression Treatment

Depression is increasing worldwide with a little over 4% of the population living with it and this figure subtly increases each day. According to WHO, depression is the leading cause of global mental and physical disability.
Our Personalized Services

You’re stuck, overwhelmed, tired, and you need help finding your way forward.

Scheduling a medication consultation is easy. Our personalized medication consultation provide patients with the resources they need to get their health on track. Our goal is that you leave our clinic feeling well informed and confident that your health is in good hands. Get in touch and schedule an appointment at your earliest convenience with our mental health or suboxone clinic team!

Meet Our Provider

Kendall Dorie
Family Nurse Practitioner

Kendall originally hails from the suburbs of Detroit, Michigan. She graduated from the University of Michigan with a BA in Theater Arts in 2010 and from the University of Detroit Mercy with a BSN in Nursing in 2011. She worked in hospice, emergency, trauma, intensive care and home health nursing before graduating summa cum laude with her Masters of Science in Nursing via the University of Michigan Flint in 2019. By sheer accident, she had been placed with Dr. Scott as a nursing student, where she was introduced to the moving and challenging work of addiction treatment. She was instantly drawn to the staff and patients and has become an advocate for increasing access to substance use disorder treatment. Kendall believes addiction is just one of many facets of a person, and that all parts must be treated for one to achieve meaningful healing.
 
Kendall also oversees patient care with Personalized Healthcare, Dr. Scott’s medical practice servicing all ages, and Serenity Med Spa. She is the mother of 3 fantastic girls and 2 fur babies, and enjoys time on the lake with her family.

Get The Drug Addiction Treatment You Need

Our Suboxone clinic aims to permanently get you off opioids. Our addiction treatment experts will create a customized suboxone treatment plan just for you. Suboxone (Buprenorphine), is rapidly becoming one of the most popular physician-assisted options to treat opioid dependency. Suboxone clinics are a great option for those who need help with chronic pain and still fear of addiction. You can get relief from opioid dependence with medication assisted treatment programs. You will receive personal service and a tailored suboxone treatment plan that meets your specific needs.

About Suboxone Treatment

Suboxone can only be prescribed to doctors, physician assistants and nurses who have been granted waivers by the federal government under the Drug Addiction Treatment Act and Comprehensive Addiction and Recovery Act of 2016 for administration. Although Suboxone is still a controlled substance it has a lower chance of addiction.

Suboxone, which consists of buprenorphine (and naloxone), is the name for the drug. Naloxone blocks opioids’ euphoric effects, while buprenorphine can provide the relief you need for chronic pain. It is an effective pain-blocker and doesn’t pose a high risk of dependence as other narcotic pain medications.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Suboxone is known as a safe and effective medication that can help individuals who are grappling with an opioid addiction. If you have become dependent on one or more opioids, incorporating Suboxone into a comprehensive plan at a medication assisted treatment program can help you put your abuse to an end without struggling with cravings or painful withdrawal symptoms. The best way to determine if Suboxone is the right medication for you is to speak to your physician who can evaluate your needs and recommend the appropriate treatment for you.

The period of time that you will need to be on Suboxone will be a decision that you and your doctor will make. Extensive research has proven that Suboxone is safe to use both long- and short-term. Some people take Suboxone for long periods of time, while others only take it for a little while before tapering off. Suboxone is beneficial in the sense that it stops drug cravings and withdrawal symptoms so that individuals can maintain mental clarity so they can continue working, going to school, engaging in therapy, and so on. Suboxone’s effectiveness does not lessen over time, which means that you can keep using it as long as you need.

The treatment provided at A New Crossroad is individualized to meet the needs of each patient. As a part of these plans, individuals can obtain medication, therapy, and other services that are deemed appropriate for them. Since a patient’s care will be based on his or her needs, the cost can vary. To talk about the price of care, contact an intake specialist today.

Buprenorphine/naloxone (Suboxone) is a long-acting, partial opioid agonist used to treat opioid use disorder. 

Patients who have been taking opioids, like oxycodone (percocet), hydrocodone (Vicodin), hydromorphone (Dilaudid), methadone, heroin, fentanyl, on a daily basis can become dependent on these substances, meaning that if they do not take them daily, they will experience awful withdrawal symptoms, like nausea/vomiting, diarrhea, body aches, agitation/anxiety. Many people become addicted and the opioids start to take control of their life. They have cravings, think about opiates all the time, and are unable to fulfill their daily responsibilities like going to work or taking care of friends and family. It becomes an “all consuming disease”.

You’ll speak with an enrollment coordinator who will answer your questions about our program and what we offer, and we’ll also ask you questions to try to ensure that our program will be a helpful fit for your care.

We’ll also walk you through some required forms including consent to treatment, review of program policies and practices, payment, and directives for how we handle your medical records.

Mental health conditions are often treated with medication, therapy or a combination of the two. However, there are many different types of treatment available, including Complementary & Alternative Treatments, self-help plans, and peer support. Treatments are very personal and should be discussed by the person with the mental health conditions and his or her team.

Your initial consultation at A New Crossroad will delve into what is happening in the patient’s life and what their responses to these situations have been to provide the patient with a more comprehensive understanding as to what they are feeling and how their own reactions may be perpetuating these negative encounters.

Opioid addiction (or opioid use disorder) is a chronic condition that is marked by a strong desire to use opioids. When people try to quit using opioids, they find that they become physically dependent. Opioids can include prescription pain medication such as Percocet, Vicodin and OxyContin as well as street drugs like heroin and fentanyl.

These highly addictive drugs can lead to severe health and social problems. Opioid addicts place their opioid use above all else in their lives. More than 2 million Americans abuse prescription pain pills and street drugs like heroin and Fentanyl. Suboxone Doctors have risen to the occasion to address the crisis.

Suboxone doctors run medication-assisted therapy (MAT) centers. These centers offer outpatient rehabilitation that combines behavioral therapy with prescription medication to treat opioid addiction. To prevent relapse, Suboxone doctors will prescribe buprenorphine-based medication like Suboxone or Sublocade. Patients can live a happy, healthy life with the help of behavioral therapy.

Our Patient Testimonials

What They Say About Us

They always greet me with a smile and make me feel welcomed. I have a great time going for my appointments. They are able to work around my schedule as well as not make me feel bad that I have my daughter with me on my appointments.
Tim N.
Patient
New Crossroad has a caring, non-judgmental atmosphere and is most certainly among the treatment centers that will help you, not just take your money and give you a prescription. Choose wisely if you truly want your life back.
Andrew C.
Patient
I have been in recovery for many years, but never have I been sincerely CARED about until I began coming to A New Crossroad!
Karie K.
Patient
Please, feel free to call and speak with someone there today if you are in need of a new physician OR if you are suffering from opiate addiction. You will find no better care than what you will find here.
David B.
Patient
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