Linda Huggins is the county clerk in Preston County and president of the West Virginia County Clerk's Association.
"We're still finding resources for people," said Jeremy Smith, outreach coordinator for First Choice Services.
Following a quick transition, the 2020 Spring Semester has resumed this week online at many colleges and universities across West Virginia.
"There's a huge need among businesses for financial resources to help them get through this," said Debra Martin, director of the West Virginia Small Business Development Center.
"There are resources out there and there is outreach out there," said Sharon Rotenberry with the Alzheimer's Association West Virginia Chapter.
"I think people are starting to see the value in trying to do what is necessary so we don't have an epidemic here," said Carrie Brainard with the Mid-Ohio Valley Health Department.
The Kanawha-Charleston Humane Association, the Mountaineer Food Bank and the Facing Hunger Foodbank were among those seeking volunteers on Tuesday morning.
"Everybody needs some help right now," said Huntington Mayor Steve Williams.
Support for healthcare workers was a priority, hospital officials said.
The two cases have been linked to a confirmed novel coronavirus case in another state, according to James Snyder, administrator for the Tucker County Health Department.
On Wednesday, the state Department of Health and Human Resources reported the 2nd case of the new coronavirus in the Mountain State was in Mercer County.
"This is a very fluid situation," said Kathy McKinley, director of community relations at Goodwill Industries of Kanawha Valley.
"People just need to keep in mind that we're continually restocking items," said Traci Nelson, president of the West Virginia Oil Marketers and Grocers Association.
"We've got to close the schools," said Governor Jim Justice.
The Mountain State was one of less than a dozen states reporting zero confirmed cases of COVID-19 as of Wednesday morning.
Program funding was not included in the measure the Legislature sent to Governor Jim Justice before the close of the 2020 Regular Legislative Session.
"They're seeing that, where Huntington was once labeled as the epicenter of the heroin epidemic, we are becoming known as the epicenter of solutions," said Huntington Mayor Steve Williams.
The 2018 death of Ret. U.S. Army Sgt. Felix Kirk McDermott is one of at least ten suspicious deaths still being investigated.
It's free support for grandparents raising their grandchildren.
Already, just more than 40 percent of West Virginians have IDs that meet federal requirements.