From an electrical system standpoint, that is pretty much the worst part of the car to take a hit. The engine computer is right there as well, and even if the TIPM and computer look fine, they might be damaged and need replacing (due to electrical shorts or other internal damage from the crash).
Start by removing the fender.
Take pictures of the wires, cables, plugs, relays.
Go to the junkyard and cut off the entire harness, saving the relays, plugs, etc. Keep them plugged into the harness so you have an idea where they go in your car.
Start replacing your busted relays, and any other broken electrical items.
Once you think everything is plugged back in, try starting the car.
After that, body repair. Probably at a real body shop.
Might sound difficult, but just super time-consuming.
You may want to keep safety in mind, if the unibody is jacked up. Airbags. 😁
Is the TIPM in there? It might have survived. But the whole relay box that attaches in front of that wheel is literally gone. Isn't that important for the ignition even if the TIPM is in perfect shape?