Jolene, it depends on what type of damage you sustained.
Hail damage: Ripped leaves, broken stems
Wind: Knockdowns of corn or beans or tomatoes
I'm in northern Wisc. While we missed the horrific storms you met with, I did have only minor wind damage to my corn. What I did there was to anchor a post/metal rod at each end of the row (I have short rows under 12 feet). Then I used bailing twine (anything else organic) to tie on one end, weave it in and out of each plant in one direction, loop around the other post and weave in and out the other side of the plant. I located the twine about 30" from the ground. I figure this will give the plant stability without strangling the stalk. We had storms again last night w/heavy rain and they have held up fine since past mid week.
Make sure if you have garden debris, clean up the ground to avoid decay and attraction to bugs/slugs.
I did have a couple tomatoes split on me but only one row of them so I utilized the same method above to support them. It was tougher to do for the tomatoes but after last years 'no tomato summer', I want every plant to produce that I can.
Good luck to you.