The one-stop-shop like event happens twice a year and offers different services for the homeless community.
More than 35 organizations are expected to come together at the event and provide their services for free to help those who are homeless.
The Department of Motor Vehicles will be at the event giving new ID's to those who have lost them. A judge will also be at the event helping those who attend determine if they have any outstanding tickets.
The Pima Animal Care Center is also expected to be at the Homeless Connect helping groom and care for the pets of those who are homeless.
Different mental health organizations are also expected to attend as well as different employers looking to hire.
The event will be taking place at the Trinity Presbyterian Church on 4th Avenue and University Boulevard.
The Homeless Connect starts at 8:30 a.m. and is open to anyone who is homeless and needs help.