The 32-year-old reality star wants to use her past experiences of drug use and bipolar disorder to help troubled women in similar situations and is planning to set up a facility to help people beat their problems.
Kerry exclusively told BANG Showbiz: "I would love to set up a reborn centre, that`s what I want to call it, for women who can just find themselves again. For people who are on medication and try helping them get off it. It will be an exercise-based facility that`s for women who can sit there and discuss their problems and come away for a week. Like a retreat. I`d love to do that, but I haven`t got the money!"
Kerry credits her own boot camp experience for helping her kick her cocaine habit and says she had her first "natural high" after a vigorous workout.
She enthused: "Exercise save my life. I went to boot camp and coming off my medication it was like coming out of a coma and the fog being lifted and going on, `Oh my god, what`s been going on?` I had my first natural high."
The Atomic Kitten singer has put down her experiences in a "brutally honest" autobiography, `Still Standing`, and thinks it can help women overcome their problems, because she has suffered from every kind of issue possible.
Asked whether her autobiography had more of a message than the likes of Tulisa or Cheryl Cole`s, Kerry said: "I think mine`s completely and utterly honest, there`s no lies in there, it`s just brutally honest. There`s definitely a message in there, there`s people with mental illness who I`d like to read it and addictions and people who are through bankruptcy or money troubles or going through divorce, I`ve done it all.
"Even one of those things to go through on its own is heart wrenching and you think, `I can`t take this any more`. You can, and you will get through it and there is light at the end of the tunnel and hopefully this book will help."