The busy reality star, who also has her own spinoff "Christina on the Coast" on the way, told People Magazine in an interview published Thursday that she'll be opening drug and alcohol rehab centers next year. She'll be partnering with her longtime friend Cassie Zebisch and her pastor, Tim Storey, on the new endeavor.
"When I met Tim, we realized there was an opportunity for us to change people's lives," she said. "I love to fix up a house, but I also love to help people. I feel like that's my calling."
Her "calling" was inspired by her own struggles after splitting with husband and "Flip or Flop" co-star Tarek El Moussa in 2016. "Two years ago I was focused on trying not to sink," she told People, and explained she relied on Storey's guidance during the difficult time.