Bryant said in anticipation of the exchange, the organization has trained more than 850 volunteers to educate people about the new health care law and the enrollment process.
West Virginia Free, a reproductive health organization, also launched a website, goenrollwv.org. It has a special feature directing people to local agencies to help with the enrollment process.
In the Tuesday news conference, Camilla Eubanks, the organization's research and development director, said the website will reach a younger audience since it readily can be accessed from a mobile device.
Sherri Ferrell, chief financial and operating officer for the West Virginia Primary Care Association, said the community health centers have about 50 certified application counselors to provide assistance to people seeking information on Medicaid or the marketplace.
West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey's office also announced Tuesday that his office has launched a tip line for people having problems during or after the enrollment process.
In his office's news release, Morrisey said his office is concerned about the possibility of identity theft and asked people to contact his office at 800-368-8808 if they experience any issues.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.