Most likely you have bigger problems. The 2.0L is an interference engine so there's going to be bent valves. I don't know if any special tools are needed to replace them, but most people take the cylinder head to an engine machine shop, and they will have a diagram for you.
Once it's running again, record the mileage so you know when to replace the belt again. Some cars need it changed a lot sooner than recommended. Hondas, for example, recommend every 75,000 miles, and their belts typically break at 65,000 miles. Chrysler's belts last longer than the recommended intervals, but it's best to not risk going a lot over the recommended mileage, especially when you have an interference engine.
Saturday, July 5th, 2014 AT 11:43 PM