Do you have a lease? Under what conditions are you living there? Do you pay rent?
I'm not a lawyer, so this isn't legal advice. For that, you need a lawyer. However . . .
If you were a regular tenant, you'd likely be on a month-to-month arrangement. That is, either party could give the other 30 days' written notice. That's why I was asking the questions about whether there's a lease or other written agreement.
If you're living in the home as a guest of your relatives, you may not have any protection at all.
However, what you've gotten is hearsay. Are you even certain that all the owners have agreed to "put you out on the street"?
If your father's on the deed, speak to him. If he isn't, speak to one of your other relatives to get the complete story. Your local town or county is likely to have some consumer or tenant advice service. That'd be your next stop.
Hope that helps.