The Sexual Assault Prevention Program of southeastern Ohio had a hand-coded HTML website with no easy way to update content, let alone to change elements on multiple pages at once, like the footer. The website was also out of compliance with accessibility standards, with much of the important content being delivered only as text within images. Kosada converted all necessary content into accessible pages, paragraphs, and tables, improving search engine availability as well as accessibility. We also implemented the visual design that one of their volunteers had designed, adapting it to make room for links and menus to further enable usability. We added an "upcoming events" block, front-page blog for events, news, and announcements. We used Drupal to allow easy content updating by volunteers with administrative access, with a rich text editor and preview feature.