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Qualified and caring. Each team member is carefully chosen to bring the utmost professionalism and compassion to our home.

Corrina L. Leone

Founder & President

With 22 years of experience owning and operating multiple residential and outpatient centers, Corrina has a passion for supporting individuals and families toward long term healing and wellness. Corrina Leone is the Founder of Imperial House, located in the East bench of Provo, Utah. Formerly pursuing a career in nursing, she changed her education focus to business-healthcare. She now feels that creating a safe environment of hope, healing, empowerment, self-love, and individual treatment is where she can make the greatest difference. Corrina currently sits on the Utah State Board of addiction recovery. She enjoys business development, marketing and public relations, through which she reaches out to the community with compassion and passion for those struggling with loss of personal identity, lack of self-esteem, addictions, and mental health diagnoses which paralyze their lives. A graduate herself of two treatments programs: a youth survival program in the desert, and a yearlong residential program. Corrina has gleaned an insight into people affected by mental health and substance disorders and an empathy for those who suffer. She is a people person with a voice and feels she can make a difference. As a wife, mother, and grandmother, she enjoys spending time in the outdoors and camping with her favorite “human”, her pitbull Denver.

Dr. Stephen J. Orgill

Medical Director




Director of Human Resources

Jennifer Oxford, CMHC

Jennifer Oxford, CMHC

Clinical Director

Jennifer earned her bachelor’s degree in Marriage Family and Human Development from Brigham Young University and her master’s degree in Mental Health Counseling from the University of Phoenix. She is a licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor in the state of Utah. She has over 15 years of experience in the mental health field primarily working with women and adolescents. Jennifer’s post-graduate training includes Motivational Interviewing, Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), Internal Family Systems and Trauma-Focused Dialectical Behavioral Therapy.

Jennifer has worked with adults, adolescents, and children in both outpatient and residential treatment settings. She has a passion for helping individuals heal from trauma. She is able to help individuals validate and understand their individual experiences through multiple treatment modalities personalized their own healing journey.

Lorna Hall

Residential Program Director

Lorna graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Political Science which provided her with research studies and experiences in program collaboration and creation. She has a passion for being part of a facility that provides a safe calming space where clients can truly heal.

Lorna is married and has two sons and a bonus daughter-in-law. She enjoys cooking for her family and spending time with them playing games. She loves to read and is learning to knit.

Lorna has worked in the area of Residential Programming in various capacities for over 20 years. She was a director for another facility for the past 5 years prior to moving over to Imperial. She has implemented and worked with several different residential programming models. Through this experience, she has learned that programming that is centered around a Trauma-Informed approach contributes more greatly to clients healing. She has observed and believes that the Trauma-Informed Care approach drives a nurturing and structured method to programming which facilitates a safe and calm space to support clients in sustained long term healing.

Briana McCall

Briana McCall

Academic Director

Briana McCall earned her masters degree in Special Education from Moreland University and a BA in Music and French with a leadership certificate and honors from Sweet Briar College. Briana has been working in treatment since earning her teaching degree and focuses her energy on creating a positive classroom that meets students’ needs where they are at. In 2017 Briana hiked the 2,200 mile long Appalachian Trail and enjoys spending her freetime outside climbing and backpacking.

Lexi Giles

Admissions Specialist