If you can get sleep then it is doable. You will need a sound machine for white noise (because ear plugs eventually will bruise inside your ear canals), black out curtains or a sleep mask, cool temps, and to be left alone.
I remember moving into our house in June and discovering the cooling system sucked (no insulation blown into the ceiling, the swamp cooler was rusted through, and no AC ... what's a swamp cooler you say?).
I had moved to a house with an elementary school across the street - they had a PA system and used it - often. Also an air force base was near by - they played music loudly twice a day via their PA system, plus the planes (oh God). My son was not quite 2 y.o. and my husband stayed home to care for him (kids scream and squeal loudly at that age when happy and finding their voices). The worst was the neighborhood kids that played basketball - the reverberation on the asphalt drove me nuts.
I had been a light sleeper before all that, but had to adapt fast.
If you can address every single thing preventing you from sleeping, then you too can be a well rested, happy girl again. Hydrate up and take benadryl if you have to.
Apply for day shift as soon as possible too. People leave, people get hired - you'll move up quickly in the hierarchy.
Best of luck - you can do it!