I had a somewhat similar accident this summer, and the steerer of my fork was bent and I assume this is also the case for you. I decided to go for a new fork, as it was quite inexpensive (sub $30) and bending it back would have been troublesome and awkward, even with a lathe (which I happen to have access to). One of the problems would be that you'd need to bend it back such that the headset bearings are (near) perfectly aligned, otherwise you'd end up more or less than normal play in the headset bearings when steering. If the steerer is not damaged, you'd have to align the blades of the fork to their old position, without knowing this old position (at least not exactly). Other than worry about the fork, I would suggest checking all the parts of the steering mechanism, as well as the frame and the front wheel for cracks/bends to avoid surprises, I you haven't done so yet.
P.S.: If you really want to fix the existing fork, I'd suggest removing it from the bike, putting it into a lathe at the steerer above the bend and try to bend it back. You'd have to be careful however, if you feel that the material is giving in, you've likely already gone to far with the bending.