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combine multiple results into a unique row

I have a query where I get the results from a Join.  However, what I would like to achieve is combining all the multiple results into one row for each unique Agency.  Please see the attached file.  How can I adjust the code to achieve the desired results.

Here is the query that I am using:
select P.Agency,M.Month,L.LinkageName,L.Linkage from tblOrgProfile P
join tblOrgMonthlyReport M on P.AgencyID = M.AgencyID
join tblOrgMonthlyLinkages L on L.MonthlyID = M.MonthlyID
where P.CSWGroup = 1
order by Agency

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Results and Desired Results in the attachment
Output-and-Desired-Output.xlsx
Microsoft SQL Server

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in your case, say your tables are

customers (cid, cname)
types (cid, tname)
services (cid, sname)

select cid, cname,
Stuff((Select ', ' + tName From types t where t.cid=c.sid FOR XML PATH('')), 1 , 2,'') types,
Stuff((Select ', ' + sName From services s where s.cid=c.cid FOR XML PATH('')), 1 , 2,'') services
from customers
order by cid

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should work...
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