In 2014, the federal government set up the Personal Care Automobile Loan Program, or PACAMP.
The goal of the program is to help people save money and get the car they need.
Now, it’s been expanded to include other health services.
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The program has two main goals.
The first is to provide health care providers with loan forgiveness, or credit, for their personal care vehicle loans.
The second is to reduce the financial risk for those with medical conditions that require a car.
In a statement, the Department of Health and Human Services said the program provides for loan forgiveness if a provider offers to help the borrower finance the purchase of a vehicle in the interest of their own medical needs.
The loans are limited to three years and the provider must repay the balance within three years of the date of the loan.
The loan forgiveness applies only to the first payment and not the payment in advance.
For consumers who are not eligible for loan relief under the program, the program does offer the option of buying a personal car loan for $1,000 to $5,000 for a family of three.
If the borrower can meet all other requirements, the vehicle can be financed with up to $6,000.
The PACamp program has also provided a variety of other services, including a “specialty insurance program” for consumers with conditions such as asthma, diabetes, cancer, stroke, heart disease, and chronic fatigue syndrome.
These are the kinds of things that will help people get the medical care they need to maintain their own health and keep their health insurance, the statement said.
The program also helps consumers who want to buy a vehicle for the sole purpose of transporting to work.
But there’s also a third type of vehicle program, which offers an option for consumers who need to drive their cars to their doctor’s office for certain procedures.
Those services are paid for by the federal, state, and local governments.
The federal government paid out $6.9 billion in loans to personal care providers in the first six months of 2017, the most recent data available.
It’s worth noting that the program covers only vehicles that are owned by the consumer and are not part of their portfolio.
The other categories include personal care ambulances, personal care personal care vans, and personal care health vehicles.