© 2018 by A New Crossroad 

 

At A New Crossroad, we are your addiction specialists. We treat addiction using Medication Assisted Treatment for recovery from opioids and other drugs.

We use the following medications: Suboxone, Subutex, Zubsolv, Sublocade and Vivitrol.

We also provide individual and group counseling.

Call us today to set up an appointment. 

 

      Services

 

Injectable Buprenorphine

We now provide "Sublocade", the once monthly buprenorphine injection. This new medication removes the hassle of having to take "something" every day.

It can also help with the detox process and serve as a way to get OFF buprenorphine. 

Medication Assisted Treatment

We use a variety of medications to assist in the recovery from addiction. 

Types of addiction/drug use include:

 -Opioids​​ (pain killers, heroin, kratom)​

 -Alcohol

 -Benzodiazepines

 

Counseling

At A New Crossroad, we offer individual counseling by counselors in long-term recovery. Actually, our entire staff is in recovery.

Our counseling services are included with our MAT program, up to 4 sessions per month.

 
   
About Our Staff    

Dr. William Scott (Owner) - a native of the Upstate, born and raised in Easley, S.C.  After graduating from the Citadel in 1969, he served in the U.S. Air Force during the Vietnam Era and was honorably discharged in 1972. Dr. Scott attended Clemson University, where he received his preparatory courses for medical school and went on to the Medical University of South Carolina to graduate with his Medical Doctorate (M.D.) in 1977.  He completed his Family Practice Residency in Greenville, SC from 1977-1980.

Dr. Scott became Board Certified in Addiction Medicine in 2009 and received a certification in functional medicine and age management through Cenegenics in 2012.  He was also one of the first physicians in South Carolina to prescribe buprenorphine for addiction. He prides himself on knowing how to get people off of buprenorphine and works hard to the end of treatment. 

Dr. Scott's proudest achievement is being a person in long term recovery for over 20 years.​

Jill Anderson (Counselor) has a BA in Psychology and has been practicing her own recovery for over 20 years. She is extremely active in the local recovery community where she has become a mentor to many young women. Jill is married and is a mother of 3. 

Linda Hoover (Office Manager) has been with A New Crossroad since 2014, with over 30 years of personal recovery experience. Linda is well versed with the idea of addiction being a "family" disease and works hard to be a positive influence on others.

 

Contact Us

A New Crossroad
206 Wall St
Piedmont, S.C.
29673