Maya feels lost. The hostel was her second home and she doesn’t know how to move on. She left her apartment and is living out of her car. She goes to a job interview at a Sex Offenders Hostel - the only hostel that hasn't closed yet. During the interview the hostel’s director aggressively questions her personality and professionalism. She points out that Maya has gotten too close to her patients, crossing the professional boundaries. Maya doesn’t give up, she tries to get her job back by threatening the Rehabilitation Manager, saying that she’ll expose the hostels shutting down in the media, hoping to get the hostel re-open. The Manager doesn't flinch and threatens to end her career.