New nonprofit Quasar Quantum to help disadvantaged youths

Scottsdale Independent | September 28, 2021


A new nonprofit, Quasar Quantum Youth Fund announces the launch of its fundraising campaign to help youths ages 10-18 take steps toward a healthy, mindful life.


The organization will provide scholarships for families in financial need who benefit from the programs offered by Quasar Quantum Healing, which is a new modern wellness studio at 14809 N 73rd St., Suite 101, in the northwest section of Scottsdale, according to a press release.


Cutting-edge, non-invasive healing technologies, combined with yoga, meditation and nutritional guidance will be offered. An alternative to conventional wellness methods, the facility is designed to heal the body at a cellular level to optimize mental, emotional, and physical health.


The Quasar Quantum Youth Fund will help disadvantaged minors to reset their body and mind, and adopt healthier habits for a happier life through Quasar Quantum Healing’s state-of-the-art technologies, the release said.


“When I opened Quasar Quantum Healing, my only goal was to help others and provide treatment to those who need it most,” said Monica Samuels, owner and founder of Quasar Quantum Healing and the Quasar Quantum Youth Fund, in the release.


“Through this nonprofit, I will be able to reach deep into the community to help transform the lives of people who could benefit from my center but are struggling with financial hardship.”

The new nonprofit will provide partial and full scholarships for Quasar Quantum Healing’s supportive therapies for youths dealing with issues like depression, anxiety, drug and alcohol use, PTSD, autism spectrum disorder and ADHD, among other challenges, noted the release.


The healing center specializes in helping clients deal with issues from skin conditions to depression and traumatic brain injury. The facility offers 10 modalities that combine modern technology with holistic healing,


To donate or for more information: quasarquantumyouthfund.org.


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