Hunter was re-assigned to the House after he turned 18. These days, a lot of jurisdictions will place would-be juvie felons in a group home, and if they come from a wrecked family, then they basically just live there indefinitely. They used to be called orphanages, and they aren't any prettier today than they were back in Oliver Twist's time. However, upon reaching the age of majority, these derelicts are quickly shifted from one part of the system to another - that's where we at the House come in. And unlike those "group homes" filled with a bunch of well-meaning, motivational quote-saying goody-two-shoes, our Halfway House is much more intense, and we are poised to impose real life lessons on the guys.